High-quality curricula, fully aligned to the depth and complexity of next generation standards, are essential to help students access rigorous mathematics instruction and achieve at high levels. By helping districts identify such resources, EdReports has played a valuable role in furthering these goals.

As program development manager for Agile Mind’s high school course programs, I am gratified that EdReports has evaluated our integrated high school series as meeting expectations in all three gateways—placing it among those they consider the best in the nation. This review makes Agile Mind one of the only publishers with top ratings for middle school math and for both the traditional and integrated high school math series.

Developed in a pioneering collaboration with the Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin, our core math programs are grounded in research on educational practices that produce meaningful learning gains for all students—from those facing the greatest barriers to those achieving at the highest levels. Agile Mind’s programs provide daily job-embedded support for teachers with lessons that connect abstract concepts with students’ everyday realities in ways that are powerfully engaging, motivating, and effective.

I am proud that through independent evaluation processes such as this one by EdReports, Agile Mind programs continue to be identified as high quality programs that can transform the teaching and learning of mathematics.

RafterAlisa Rafter
Program Development Manager