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COLORADO STUDENTS EXCEED EXPECTATIONS WITH WIT & WISDOM

When a Denver-area teacher raised the bar and introduced his students to meaningful, coherent learning, they began to excel beyond his expectations. They are thriving—students and teacher alike.

GREAT MINDS EARNS THIRD TIER ONE RATING

Great Minds is the only curriculum developer to have earned three Tier 1 ratings, from the Louisiana Department of Education.
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EUREKA MATH, THE TOP PICK OF TEACHERS NATIONWIDE

Eureka Math is now the most widely used math curriculum in the United States, according to a study released by the RAND Corporation.
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SURVEY REVEALS EUREKA AS DISTRICT LEADERS’ FAVORITE

District leaders surveyed by EdWeek’s Market Brief said they are more likely to recommend Eureka Math to peers than other market leaders.
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WHY IT'S HARD FOR SCHOOLS TO PICK GOOD CURRICULA

Lynne Munson, CEO of Great Minds, responds to a piece which raises the question of why schools aren't choosing high-quality curricula.
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ENTHUSIASM FOR MATH

Our students can now solve unbelievably complex problems..." - Kelly Boynton, Executive Director for Elementary Education, Bethel Public Schools, WA
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WIT & WISDOM TOP RATED BY EDREPORTS.ORG

Great Minds emerges as the only organization with exemplary reviews for both ELA and math curricula.
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IT JUST CLICKED, FOR OHIO'S MAD RIVER

"They are able to produce writing that I have never seen." - Amanda, 5th Grade Teacher at Mad River Schools in Ohio
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PHILADELPHIA SCHOOL SEES SPIKE IN READING

"This is what I would create if I had the time in my day to sit down and write beautiful literacy lessons, based on actual books."
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CHARTER STUDENTS EXCEED GOAL WITH WIT & WISDOM

“This shift in curriculum is really making writing a priority. Teachers aren’t watering down the tasks for students.”
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