Head of EdReports Offers Inside View of How the Group Evaluates Learning Products

Eric Hirsch Describes the Rigorous Give and Take of the Product-Review Process

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For nearly four years, EdReports.org has posted reviews of instructional materials to help district and state officials make more informed purchasing decisions.

The Consumer Reports-like reviews—for more than 70 math and English/language arts programs, and written by more than 300 educators across 46 states—don’t offer recommendations, but they are based on rubrics that measure high-quality alignment…

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