Educators: Help us investigate the reading and math curriculums NYC plans to mandate
New York City may soon require hundreds of public schools to change how they teach reading and math, marking a significant shift from the freedom schools have long enjoyed in choosing their own materials.
The city has not yet publicly announced any changes. But sources familiar with the education department’s plans said the city is planning to roll out three reading curriculums in nearly half of the city districts next school year with the rest to follow the year after that. The reading curriculums include: Wit & Wisdom, from a company called Great Minds; Into Reading from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; and Expeditionary Learning, from EL Education.
The city is also rolling out a standardized algebra curriculum from Illustrative Mathematics in at least 150 high schools, sources said.
Some city classrooms already use these curriculums, but many more could soon be required to adopt them
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