All students and teachers will have access to the highest quality instructional materials that will help improve student learning outcomes.
Rigorous college- and career-ready standards can improve and deepen student learning. To reach these standards, what is taught matters. Teachers deserve access to high-quality, aligned instructional materials to support their classrooms.
Instructional materials that claim to be standards-aligned have saturated the market. Yet we know many of those claims have not been verified by a reliable source.
Our independent reviews empower school districts with comprehensive information and help to identify quality materials so that all students have access to the resources to ensure they thrive.
Our work is led by outstanding classroom educators, principals, district leaders and state administrators. Educators sit on our Board of Directors, develop our review rubrics and design and implement our review process.
The EdReports content review team consists of expert educators who deeply understand the Common Core State Standards and the importance of high-quality instructional materials.
The selection process includes an application, interviews, and a work sample to ensure reviewers' mastery of the standards.
EdReports is funded by Broadcom Corporation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Philanthropies, the Helmsley Charitable Trust, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Overdeck Family Foundation, the Samueli Foundation, the Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation, the Stuart Foundation, the Walton Family Foundation, and the Oak Foundation.
Launched in 2015, EdReports has worked to ensure teachers, administrators, and leaders have the information necessary to identify and demand the highest quality instructional materials. See our annual reports below for highlights of our work, accomplishments, and financial statements.