K-12 Resources

A Better Approach

We’re delivering a better approach to K-12 education materials with K-12 CustomBook Solutions. Explore our resources to learn more.

Shelby County Schools

Shelby County Schools

Learn how the 23rd largest school district in the United States increased equity and access for ELA students with a customized curriculum solution (ELA Guidebooks).

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Implement OER Successfully

Implement OER Successfully

This white paper summarizes four key lessons from large-scale implementations of custom and OER resources, and provides a roadmap for success with custom curricula and open resources.

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Copyright Matters

Copyright Matters

We’ve partnered with the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) to provide a guide to the 10 things every school district should be thinking about when it comes to copyright matters.

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XanEdu K-12 Custom Solutions

XanEdu K-12 Custom Solutions

Learn how our K-12 CustomBook Solutions empower districts and curriculum leaders with affordable, scalable solutions to today’s complex education challenges.

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Louisiana Case Study

Louisiana Case Study

The Louisiana Department of Education struggled to find the resources that K-12 students need on the traditional publisher marketplace. See how XanEdu helped them create a solution.

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Student Achievement Partners

Student Achievement Partners

Hear how Rachel Etienne, Senior ELA/Literacy Specialist at Student Achievement Partners, is helping educators engage students with quality materials for better learning outcomes.

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GoOpen Resources

GoOpen Resources

Are you thinking about Going Open in your district? Access helpful information and resources about the #GoOpen Initiative and Open Education Resources to see if it’s right for your schools.

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Whitney Whealdon Webinar

Whitney Whealdon Webinar

Hear from Louisiana DOE Director of Academic Content, Whitney Whealdon, about how Louisiana created easy-to-adopt custom curricula for their districts.

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