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Digital Curriculum Solution Launched

Learning.com announces that Curriculum Foundry, a solution that helps districts access, organize and share digital resources, is now ready for full-scale district implementation.
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Learning.com announces that Curriculum Foundry, a solution that helps districts access, organize and share digital resources, is now ready for full-scale district implementation. Through this solution’s set of lesson- and unit-development tools, districts can build and share their own curriculum.

Curriculum Foundry includes a single sign-on, searchable content repository of vetted open education resources (OER) and other free digital resources covering core K-12 subjects. Once districts have created their own curriculum using Curriculum Foundry, they can export their content via Thin Common Cartridge to be used in a number of compatible existing learning systems.

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