2 responses to “How to Get More Districts on a Path to Quality, Aligned Curriculum”

  1. Laura Wallin says:

    Surprisingly, I have been in districts where there is a high quality curriculum provided, but the district allows teachers to “do what they know is right for students.” This is causing a huge problem, as many of the teachers are building their own curriculum mainly from internet sources made by other teachers. The curriculum is rarely rigorous, aligned, or following a scope and sequence.

  2. McElroy, C says:

    I wish my school district would buy a high-quality curriculum. Without a curriculum, I will leave and go to another district. Constantly finding materials interferes with the quality of work-life balance. Teachers should be afforded fluidity so that we can focus on meeting individual needs of children.

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