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Let Us Help You Offer Professional Development

You may know that we offer a variety of on-site professional development opportunities (learn more about it here). But did you know that we also want to help your school cover the cost of these opportunities? Most schools would like... Continue Reading →

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On-Site Professional Development? Yes, we do that!

We are committed to supporting schools as they seek to fulfill their missions. Curriculum mapping, aligning curriculum to standards, and creating standards-based lesson plans requires more than just a great mapping program like Curriculum Trak. An undertaking such as this... Continue Reading →

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Enhancement: Attaching Benchmarks to Units

CT just enhanced the way standards and benchmarks are attached to courses.

Accreditation Access

Accreditation or reaccreditation is usually a big part of the reason why schools begin using Curriculum Trak. Many find that Curriculum Trak is not only a good tool to prepare their curriculum for upcoming accreditation visits, but it is also... Continue Reading →

Customizing Curriculum Trak

One of the strengths of Curriculum Trak is that there are many options to tailor the program to your specific needs, and it keeps getting better. The latest enhancement to this aspect of Curriculum Trak now includes the ability to... Continue Reading →

Other Curriculum: Faster Search Results

As more and more schools begin using Curriculum Trak and sharing their maps with others through the Other Curriculum area, search results have been slowing down. Perhaps you have noticed. That’s a problem because educators are busy and mapping is... Continue Reading →

New Report: Horizontal Scope & Sequence

When it comes to understanding and improving your curriculum, the ability to compare and contrast the details of your courses provides many benefits. That’s what the Curriculum Trak Reports area is designed for. Today, we want to highlight another way... Continue Reading →

New Report Option: Unit Timelines

Curriculum Trak is all about collecting data that will provide you with important insights for making your curriculum stronger. The Reports area has several options for viewing your mapping data in a variety of ways. Today, we announce a new... Continue Reading →

New Year: Invite the Outside In

If you have been working at Curriculum Mapping or Lesson Planning for any length of time, you are beginning to see the wealth of information this data provides to your administrators and staff as you make curricular decisions, understand the... Continue Reading →

New Year: New Insights

Back to school often brings many changes for students and staff alike. Curriculum Trak is often connected to school improvement initiatives which can often get overlooked in the onboarding process of new personnel. Over the last few weeks, we have... Continue Reading →

New Year: Review & Retrain

Back to school often brings many changes for students and staff alike. Curriculum Trak is often connected to school improvement initiatives which can often get overlooked in the onboarding process of new personnel. Over the next few weeks, we want... Continue Reading →

New Year: New Teachers

Back to school often brings many changes for students and staff alike. Curriculum Trak is often connected to school improvement initiatives which can often get overlooked in the onboarding process of new personnel. Over the next few weeks, we want... Continue Reading →

New Year: New Administrator?

Back to school often brings many changes for students and staff alike. Curriculum Trak is often connected to school improvement initiatives which can often get overlooked in the onboarding process of new personnel. Over the next few weeks, we want... Continue Reading →

Here Comes CT 2.0!

We have been working diligently to get Curriculum Trak 2.0 ready, and it will be here in just a few more days! When you log in as usual on Monday, June 19th, you will access the new Curriculum Trak environment.... Continue Reading →

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