Supporting coherent instruction from strategy through implementation to achieve equity.
Achievement Network (ANet) was approved for the PLPG in February 2023.
The "Types of support we offer" and "Our curriculum expertise" are evaluated and approved by Rivet Education; all other information is self-reported. We recommend that you confirm details with each partner directly.
Who we are
Our curriculum expertise
Rivet Education approved
- Core Knowledge Language Arts (CKLA) (2015)
- EL Education K-5 Language Arts (2017)
- Engage NY ELA (2016)
- Expeditionary Learning (2016)
- Imagine Learning EL Education K-5 Language Arts (2019)
- Imagine Learning Guidebooks 6-8 ELA (2018)
- Wit & Wisdom (2016)
- Eureka Math (2013-2014)
- Eureka Math (2015)
- Imagine Learning Illustrative Mathematics 6-8 Math (2019)
- Imagine Learning Illustrative Mathematics 9-12 (2019)
- Kendall Hunt's Illustrative Mathematics 6-8 Math (2019)
- Kendall Hunt's Illustrative Mathematics Traditional (2019)
- McGraw-Hill Illustrative Mathematics 6-8 Math (2020)
- Open Up Resources 6-8 Math (2017)
- Zearn (2018)
- enVision Mathematics Common Core (2020)
26-50% are non-white
Where we work
We have worked here
We are also willing to work here
Types of districts that we have experience working with
- Traditional District
- Fewer than 2,500 students
- 2,500 to 10,000 students
- 10,000 to 50,000 students
- 50,000 to 100,000 students
- More than 100,000 students
- Greater than 60% of economically disadvantaged students
- Greater than 20% of English language learners
- Greater than 20% of students with disability
- Greater than 80% students of color
This partner's approach and services
Sample scopes of work
How we address equity
Through ANet’s professional learning services, participants establish a vision of equitable instruction through deep analysis of beliefs and biases and develop the learning and ongoing structures necessary to support effective and equitable implementation of new practices long after services come to an end.
How we build district capacity
How we provide curriculum-aligned PL
Workshops are leveraged to deepen collective knowledge for system and school leaders and classroom educators and establish a unified vision of the practices that lead to equitable learning experiences for students. Workshops are also leveraged to support collaborative decision-making related to the evaluation and adoption of new instructional materials.
Coaching is leveraged to work alongside partners to provide more differentiated and tailored support toward their goals. Additionally, coaching provides opportunities to co-plan and provide feedback on workshops and collaborative structures in pursuit of these goals.
Collaborative structures/PLCs are leveraged to support teams in common planning, data-driven instructional decision-making, and deeper cycles of inquiry and reflection. These structures support participants in connecting newly implemented practices to their impact on student learning and determining ongoing supports to meet students’ learning needs.
Consultation is leveraged to provide thought partnership and expertise to partners in service of their goals. This may include consultation to support the refinement of structures and systems that support the outcomes of the professional learning service, as well as equitable outcomes more broadly.