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Reminder, New Subject Classifications are coming!

EdGate is creating two new subjects, Technology Education and Library Media. The standards and content aligned for this subject are currently housed as Media Technology. These two new subjects will replace Media Technology.

New Subject Classifications are Coming to the EdGate Repository

EdGate is creating two new subjects, Technology Education and Library Media. The standards and content aligned for this subject are currently housed as Media Technology. These two new subjects will replace Media Technology.

More California Students May Get Access to Arts Education

A new bill to increase arts education in California has its advocates, but also its skeptics who question how the quality of arts education will be guaranteed.

Catholic Curriculum Standards: More than just Academics

In the past three years, Google searches for queries such as "best education system in the world" and the "whole child" approach have hit record highs as educators and parents across the nation eagerly seek out new ways to help students. State agencies and educational think tanks churn out new standards, tests, and methodologies yearly in response-and yet Catholic schools have always been focused on the whole person, body, mind, and spirit.

EdGate Supports Microsoft Education with Thousands of Educational Standards and OER

We are excited to announce EdGate's partnership with Microsoft Education. Through an agreement with Microsoft, EdGate supplies links and metadata for carefully curated and vetted OER that have been aligned to national and international educational standards. Additionally, EdGate provides Microsoft with ongoing and constantly updated K-12 education standards.

Need OER? We've just added 6,000 new OER items to our Repository.

Over the last few months EdGate has bolstered its vast repository of aligned educational resources by aligning more than 6,000 new resources for the Curriculum Matrix® from these sources: Algebra Help, Character First Education, Character.org, CommonLit, EconEd, Extreme Science, Georgia Virtual Learning, IEP, Math Assessment Resources (MARS), Math Facts Café, Mathway, National Zoo, Paul's Online Math Notes, Random Acts of Kindness, Science for Kids, The Ned Show, and Wonderopolis.  Additionally the alignments of another 4,000 resources will be available in the repository soon from these sou

EdGate is your resource for State DOE Third Party Reviews

More State Departments of Education are requiring an outside party to perform an objective, 'third party review' of content being considered for approval.  The main purpose is to verify the correlations to a state's standards that a publisher asserts are justifiable correlations. As part of this review, the state also requires the third party reviewer to provide a correlation percentage of the publisher's content to their state standards. The threshold for approval is usually 90% correlated alignment. Examples of states requiring third party reviews are Virginia and Indiana.

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.

Channel Partner Agreements

What are they? Would your company benefit from having one or more of them?

The Three Components of a High-Quality CTE Offering

Career and Technical Education (CTE) continues to grow in importance in the current educational climate, but as more states and districts move to build CTE programs within their schools and more organizations begin providing CTE content for educators to use, issues concerning access, funding, and the resulting quality of CTE programs are arising. As this article states, "the three components of a high-quality CTE offering include work-based learning in the