After instructional materials are approved, states, districts and schools need to curate those vetted materials. When curating materials, educators can consider how these materials may help personalize learning for students and the ease of access for teachers to use these materials. Curation includes both hosting the digital instructional materials content and packing the content. Options include:

Hosting Content

  • State digital repository
  • District/school repository
  • Vendor platform

Packaging the Content

  • Easily accessible for teachers
  • Useful to teachers
  • Searchable by content area, standard, or grade

Quality Content Guide

ReflectionLearn more about best practices for curating quality instructional materials in SETDA’s Quality Content Guide.
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