December 17, 2019
At the end of every year, EdReports staff likes to take a step back and reflect on everything that’s happened. We have a tendency to say “this year was the best year yet!”—2019 is no exception to this rule.
This past year, we broke ground in two new content areas, middle school science and English language arts foundational skills, and are proud to be contributing evidence-rich information to help districts make informed choices for their communities. We also released our inaugural State of the Market report which delves deeper into what’s happening in the instructional materials market and how the market is changing. And, we had the privilege of partnering with a variety of states and districts across the country to help support local educators to hone smart adoption practices.
Because of the passion and dedication of the #edreportsnetwork, districts representing more than 10 million students are using EdReports to ensure teachers have what they need to help kids succeed.
We are optimistic and excited about what’s ahead but don’t want to forget the amazing strides made this year. Before 2020 rolls around, let’s take a look at some of the most popular stories, resources, and educator voices that made an impact in 2019: