We are excited to announce that Curriki has received three grants in support of our Community and Library of 264,000+ educator-vetted learning materials in all K-12 subject areas! Generous grants from long-time supporters Chevron, Amgen Foundation, AT&T, and Oracle will support new technology development, content library expansion (from individual lesson plans, instructional videos, and units, to games and simulations), and growth of the global K-12 Open Education community.
“We are so grateful for the generous support of Chevron, Amgen Foundation, AT&T, andOracle,” said Kim Jones, CEO, and co-founder of Curriki. “These contributions will have a direct impact on students around the world through our work providing high-quality teaching and learning materials. It is our mission to make sure every student has access to the best curriculum no matter their location or socio-economic situation.” We envision a world where every young person has an opportunity to develop and apply their best talents for self-fulfillment and career success.
Too many students don’t have the same high-quality learning experiences as their peers do in the same class, school, district, across the country, or around the world. Curriki addresses one important factor of educational equity, which is the quality of the curricula and instructional materials. Over the last 12 years, Curriki has delivered materials to over 15 million educators, parents, and students from 194 countries. Another key factor of educational equity for all students is quality of teaching, so Curriki’s community tools enable educators to come together to collaborate on ideas, develop and share lesson plans and other types of resources.
We are so appreciative of our partners and excited for our new opportunities in supporting educators across the globe!