chronic underperformance as a nation. American school districts spend an average
of $400,000 a year on curricular products and programs and yet perennially fail to
crack the top 10 in global achievement rankings.
Schools measure student success. They measure teacher performance. Why not
measure the efficacy of the content being used in classrooms? The root of the
problem is complex, but there is finally a tool that looks at content to find a solution.
UClass, a San Francisco-based edtech company founded by educators, has just
released a content analytics platform that shows schools which curricular materials