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See Our Special Series on 'Navigating Curriculum Choices'

26-SR-Curriculum-Playlists-wide-blog.jpgIf you haven't seen it yet, make sure to check out Education Week's recent special report about the ever-evolving world of curriculum resources.

As our reporters uncovered over the last several months, a wide range of forces are changing what curriculum looks like for classrooms, including the advent of the Common Core State Standards, advances in technology, a move toward more local decision making, and a nationwide push for open materials. 

The report has stories on:

It's an especially good read for educators and administrators who have a say in the materials that eventually make their way into students' hands. Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

Image: In some middle school classrooms, such as this one in Norwalk, Conn., students get individualized "playlists" of lessons, which are determined by an algorithm. —Mark Abramson for Education Week

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