An important message from our CEO about the events that occurred at the Capitol on January 6.
What began as a small group of K-12 advocates with a passion for knowledge has grown quickly into teams of hundreds of teacher-writers on a mission to elevate education in every classroom. Great Minds® makes knowledge accessible to all in the form of high-quality curricula in mathematics, English language arts, and science, and—soon--more.
At Great Minds®, it’s all about building knowledge - not just skills. Building deep, lasting understanding rather than just memorizing. That's why we embed layers upon layers of knowledge into our curricula. Knowledge in the context of the real world, rather than hypothetical scenarios. Knowledge through consistent core skill development, rather than reinventing the wheel with each lesson. And knowledge that builds upon itself for stronger connections throughout the learning process. Every child has unlimited potential and is capable of greatness.
“My students and I make discoveries together.”
Learning remotely needs to be as effective as in classroom instruction. That’s why we introduced Great Minds® in Sync - the same rigorous content of our high-quality curricula but redesigned for continuous knowledge building even from a distance. Now, teachers and students can toggle seamlessly from classroom instruction to distance learning. See how our new digital resources for Eureka Math®, PhD Science® and Wit & Wisdom® keep students focused and “in the classroom,” no matter where they are.Sync Up Now
Check out our Aha! Blog to get inspiration straight from our teacher-writers, current teachers, and administrators.Explore the Blog
Approximately 75% of our more than 1,000 employees are—or have been—teachers. We are constantly seeking new ways to enhance and support knowledge for our fellow teachers, so that they may, in turn, inspire students.
“Great Minds in Sync is absolutely a support tool. The ability to use it in multiple environments, both in-seat and remote, is what makes it extraordinary.”