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Need Georgia Department of Education Learning Standards CASE Format Identifiers? Yeah, We've Got Those.

Be one of the first publishers to have your correlations connected with the Georgia Department of Education Competency and Academic Standards Exchange (CASE) identifiers.  Looking to feed your correlations into systems that are compatible with the Georgia Standards of Excellence and their CASE identifiers?  Look no further than EdGate.  If your content is currently correlated and in the EdGate repository, we can provide the Georgia CASE identifiers for correlations to the Georgia Standards of Excellen

Standards Update - November 2017

Updates to The EdGate Standards Repository include:

Standards Update - October 2017

Updates to The EdGate Standards Repository include:

The Importance of STEM Education in America

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, collectively known as STEM remain high on the list of priorities in education.

Techie Parents Work to Reinvent School

A movement by former technology executives to found private schools that emphasize performance standards over content aims to educate young people to meet the demands of future jobs.

Adopted vs. Implemented Standards

When states develop new standards, there are a couple of important milestones of interest to teachers, school districts, and publishers: adoption and implementation.

ESSA Update

An interesting article in Education Week took a look at what was happening around the country with the status of the implementation of ESSA now that a year has gone by since the new law was passed.

Standards Update - September 2017

Updates to The EdGate Standards Repository include:

MARC Records-Still Relevant after all These Years

Did you know that OCLC stopped printing library card catalogs in October 2015? That ended a 150-year process.  However, the information available within those library card catalogs is still as needed as ever.

Texas Has New TEKS Process

In June 2017, the State Board of Education (SBOE) approved a new process to be used for the review and revision of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) standards. The new TEKS review process calls for up to five separate work group meetings and provides multiple opportunities for the public to provide feedback on the recommendations of the work groups. The SBOE also approved updates to the TEKS review and instructional materials adoption schedules, which will impact publishers and their submission process.