Knowledge For All

"Every child deserves high quality curriculum. When we give teachers a curriculum that is both exceptional and accessible, we bring down barriers for all students, including students with dyslexia. Our motto at Great Minds is every child is capable of greatness. And we are proud to support the International Dyslexia Association, which is teeming with colleagues who we know clearly agree."   
 –Great Minds founder and CEO Lynne Munson at the International Dyslexia Association 70th Anniversary Soiree

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Every Child is Capable of Greatness

A Tennessee educator details Wit & Wisdom's positive impact in the classroom

A fifth-grade teacher in Tennessee's Lauderdale County discusses how Wit & Wisdom's rich, knowledge-building content has impacted student achievement and her own instruction.

Knowledge Building for Long-Term Success: A Can't-Miss Panel Discussion Webinar

Join us for a panel discussion and webinar that includes Natalie Wexler, author of “The Knowledge Gap: The Hidden Cause of America’s Broken Education System—and How to Fix It”.

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Great Minds Unveils Geodes

Great Minds unveils Geodes, a groundbreaking new category of accessible, knowledge-building books for new and emerging readers.

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Eureka Math, the Top Pick of Teachers Nationwide

Eureka Math is now the most widely used math curriculum in the United States, according to a study released by the RAND Corporation.

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Why It's Hard for Schools to Pick Good Curricula

Lynne Munson, CEO of Great Minds, responds to a piece which raises the question of why schools aren't choosing high-quality curricula.

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Great Minds Earns Third Tier One Rating

Great Minds is the only curriculum developer to have earned three Tier 1 ratings from the Louisiana Department of Education.

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WIT & WISDOM TOP RATED BY EDREPORTS.ORG

Great Minds emerges as the only organization with exemplary reviews for both ELA and math curricula.

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Survey Reveals Eureka as District Leaders’ Favorite

District leaders surveyed by EdWeek’s Market Brief said they are more likely to recommend Eureka Math to peers than other market leaders.

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Philadelphia School Sees Spike in Reading

"This is what I would create if I had the time in my day to sit down and write beautiful literacy lessons, based on actual books."

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Charter Students Exceed Goal with Wit & Wisdom

“This shift in curriculum is really making writing a priority. Teachers aren’t watering down the tasks for students.”

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