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OER math curriculum from Open Up Resources aces a big test
Wait, Patience

Published25 January 2018
Publisheredscoop, Scoop News Group
CountryUnited States, North America

ABSTRACT
The Illustrative Mathematics curriculum for grades 6-8 has been so well-received that one district switched to it midyear.

Keywords Assessments · Digital Equity · EdReports · Education IT News · Illustrative Mathematics · K-12 · OER · Open Up Resources · policy

Published atWashington, D.C
RefereedDoes not apply
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Access date2018
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