"By States for States"
Ten partner states volunteered to join this effort. These states provide the vision for our work by collaborating on a scope and sequence, design specifications, and instructional model. The OpenSciEd partner states recruited over 250 field test teachers from their schools and districts. These states and teachers have committed the funds and time for professional development, teaching the field test units, and participation in extensive data collection to inform revisions. Their voice is carried throughout the OpenSciEd materials.
CaliforniaThe K-12 Alliance is the OpenSciEd lead for the state of California. California teachers should visit the K-12 Alliance website or email Sheela Valdez for more information.
IowaIowa teachers interested in learning more about OpenSciEd should contact their AEA science consultant for additional information.
Louisiana Louisiana teachers interested in OpenSciEd should consult the guidance provided on the LDOE Science Planning Page or email STEM@la.gov for more information.
MassachusettsMassachusetts teachers interested in OpenSciEd should email STEM@doe.mass.edu to reach the STEM team at the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for more information.
MichiganThe Michigan Mathematics and Science Leadership Network is the OpenSciEd lead for the state of Michigan. Educators in Michigan can visit their website or email Mary Starr for more information regarding adoption, implementation, or professional learning.
New JerseyNew Jersey educators interested in OpenSciEd should email Michael Heinz for more information about the curriculum. Questions about OpenSciEd professional learning should be should be emailed to Anthony Bisulca at the Liberty Science Center.
New Mexico New Mexico districts or state-chartered charter schools interested in OpenSciEd should email Yanira.Vazquez@state.nm.us for more information.
Oklahoma Oklahoma teachers interested in OpenSciEd should email Tiffany.Neill@sde.ok.gov for more information.
Rhode Island Rhode Island teachers interested in OpenSciEd should email Kate.Schulz@ride.ri.gov or Erin.Escher@ride.ri.gov for more information.
Washington Washington teachers interested in OpenSciEd should email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.