Overview Grounded in our mission is the charge to support anti-racist leadership, practice and culture that leads to equitable instruction for all students. The resources below are intended to support teachers and leaders with integrating an equity...More
Overview To support school systems as they plan for summer learning and ensure students are prepared for upcoming grade level learning, the video lessons below highlight critical math content for grades 6, 7, 8 and 9 (Algebra I). The lessons were...More
Overview Find example EngageNY annotated lessons for: 1.OA, 1.NBT, 4.NF, 6.EE and 7.EEMore
Overview The resources on this page are intended to support coaches and networks with approaches to observations and providing continued support to leaders throughout the year. Purpose At the Beginning of the Year: Deepen understanding of leader...More
Overview This module provides partners with a detailed overview of the IPG, and its roots within the standards and instructional equity. Based on users’ grade band, folks have an opportunity to observe classroom video and comment on strengths...More
Overview In this VL Module, you’ll find a detailed overview of the IPG, and its roots within the standards and instructional equity. Based on your grade band focus, you will have an opportunity to observe classroom video and comment on...More
Overview This Virtual Learning module explores the progression of the NBT standards across grades, and how the standards require us to build students’ conceptual understanding along with their procedural skill and fluency for the four...More
Overview In this VL module, you’ll learn about why building world knowledge is essential to teaching literacy and advancing equity in the classroom. You’ll also get a chance to observe two teachers and study text sets centered around a...More
Overview This module brings to life Key Shift #3 in ELA. Teachers will learn about why building world knowledge is essential to teaching literacy and advancing equity in the classroom. Users will also get a chance to observe two teachers and study...More

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