The objectives are two-fold:
EQuIP builds on a collaborative effort of education leaders from Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island that Achieve facilitated.
The outcome of that effort was the development of the “Tri-State Rubrics” and a quality review process designed to determine the quality and alignment of instructional lessons and units to the CCSS.
Have you been using the EQuIP Rubrics and quality review process to develop, improve, or evaluate CCSS-aligned or NGSS-aligned instructional materials? If so, please tell us more about what you've been doing by completing this form .
Due to an overwhelming number of applications for the 2017 Summits, Achieve will be hosting a third EQuIP Summit, Summit Midwest, on January 24-26, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The two-day summit will introduce participants to the new EQuIP Task Rubrics for Mathematics  and English Language Arts (ELA)/Literacy  and the new Student Work Analysis Tool . Participants at the EQuIP summit will learn how to use both tools in content-specific settings and can implement them immediately or provide training for members of their community afterward. The deadline for submitting applications has passed.
Achieve is seeking submissions of both CCSS-aligned and NGSS-aligned lessons and units for the EQuIP Call to Action.
Click here  for information on submitting CCSS units to the EQuIP Call to Action.
Click here  for information on submitting NGSS units to the EQuIP Call to Action.
There are now 166 CCSS lessons and units posted. To access lessons and units, visit Examples .
*Example NGSS lessons and units are on the Next Generation Science Standards website .