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Open Up Resources Partners With Global Learning Xprize Winner, onebillion, to Bring Revolutionary PK-2 Digital Curriculum to US

onetab devices are preloaded with adaptive PK - 2 math and literacy lessons, eliminating the need for Wi-Fi and ushering in equity for....

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Cecil Co. Had the Highest Literacy Growth in Maryland using Bookworms K-5 Reading & Writing

We saved around $1M per year by using Bookworms [K-5 Reading & Writing] instead of Journeys or Wonders, the other programs we....

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Hamilton Co. Schools (TN) Adopts Open Up Resources + Kiddom as Providers for K-5 ELA Blended Learning Program

The Tennessee District is Prioritizing High-Quality Curriculum and Flexibility of Instruction in Midst of Unexpected Future

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We're Not Playing Games: How COVID-19 Challenges Us to Make Urgent & Meaningful Change

School closures due to Coronavirus in the 2019-20 school year resulted in learning disruptions for 56 million children in U.S. public....

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Black Lives Matter: A Letter to the Open Up Resources Community

Open Up Community,

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Dr. Amanda Jansen to Speak at HIVE 2020

Dr. Amanda Jansen is a professor of mathematics education in the School of Education at the University of Delaware. Earlier in her....
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Apply to Be an Open Up Resources Community Coach

Help us lead our communities of educators around the country from your classroom!

I remember the feeling of questioning my next steps....

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Open Up Resources 6–8 Math Teacher of the Month: Erin Marsh

Erin Marsh, a 6th and 7th-grade teacher Tenino Middle School in Tenino School District (WA), has been named the Open Up Resources 6–8....

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Sara Van Der Werf to Speak at HIVE 2020

Sara Van Der Werf is a nationally board-certified teacher who taught secondary mathematics for Minneapolis Public Schools for 27 years....

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Bouncing Back From Change Fatigue

For many of us, March 13, 2020 is a date we will be able to clearly and easily recall for years to come.  I remember speaking to a mom....

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