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Janet Sutorius, an Author of Open Up Mathematics, Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Janet Sutorius, an award-winning teacher, mathematician, and a co-author of Open Up High School Mathematics, received the Utah Council of....

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Open Up Resources Added to the Professional Learning Partner Guide (PLPG)

Open Up Resources was recently added to the national Professional Learning Partner Guide (PLPG) by Rivet Education, an organization....

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HIVE 2022 Tickets Now on Sale

The pandemic didn’t stop educators from selling-out the HIVE conference in 2020 and 2021, and after two years of virtual conferences, HIVE....

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Andrea Blackburn Selected As National Teacher Of The Month For February 2022

Andrea Blackburn, a 6th grade teacher at Scales Elementary School (TN), has been named the Open Up Resources Teacher of the Month for....

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Introducing Open Up Resources K–5 Math

Open Up Resources now offers a full line of peer-reviewed, high-quality math curricula for K–12 with the addition of Open Up Resources K–5....

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Connelly Selected As National Teacher of the Month for January 2022

Jeffrey Connelly, a middle school and high school math teacher at Schechter School of Long Island (NY), has been named the Open Up....

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What Sets EL Education K–8 Language Arts from Open Up Resources Apart from Other Curricula?

Community Coach and Tennessee educator Esmeralda Rivera reflects about student achievement and EL Education K–8 Language Arts

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Wimett Selected as National Teacher of the Month For December 2021

Menlo Park, CA: Mindi Wimett, a math teacher at White River Valley Middle School (VT), has been named the Open Up Resources Teacher of the....

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Things I Wish I Had Known... OUR HS Math (Part 2 of 4)

Teachers of the Open Up High School Mathematics curriculum share their advice for effective planning and implementation

It has been an....

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Five Practices (+2) for Engaging Students in the Mathematical Discourse of the Classroom

My first decade of teaching mathematics in the 1980’s consisted of using worked-out examples and emphasizing memorized procedures. My....

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