Grandville, MI (PRLOG) – WriteSteps today announced that their research-based, award-winning, digital and print, 100 percent K-5 Common Core writing and grammar program, has been approved by the Georgia State Board of Education to be used in Georgia classrooms for a period of six years.
“We are thrilled that WriteSteps has been approved by the state of Georgia,” said Suzanne Klein, Founder and CEO of WriteSteps. “We look forward to connecting with Georgia educators and school districts to prepare students for the Common Core and a lifetime of confident writing!”
The WriteSteps curriculum is posted in the Georgia Textbook/Instructional Materials Guide, which includes a complete listing of textbooks and other instructional materials recommended by the Georgia Board of Education. It was deemed that WriteSteps meets all of the writing and grammar Common Core Standards and the Georgia Performance Standards.
WriteSteps covers narrative, informative/explanatory, and opinion writing texts aligned to the Common Core writing standards. The daily lesson program gives teachers and students everything they need to develop their craft with confidence. Visual aids such as authentic student writing samples, graphic organizers, and 6 Traits/Common Core rubrics give students of all learning styles effective habits that foster clear written expression.
The purpose of state recommendation of instructional material is to provide Georgia schools with the best core-related materials. The adoption process also provides for consistent contract pricing of the recommended materials at the lowest price for Georgia’s schools.
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