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Charlotte Fixler, Director of Communications | press@cainc.com

About Curriculum Associates

Since 1969, Curriculum Associates has been united around one common purpose: to make classrooms better places for teachers and students. In the years since, we've remained driven by this mission, introducing and then constantly improving innovative and exciting products that give every student the chance to succeed. We believe teachers are the essential connection between our programs and classroom success, so we strive to empower them with the tools and resources to accelerate student growth. Together with educators we're making equitable learning programs a reality—raising the bar and making it reachable for all.

Press Releases

Curriculum Associates’ Vice President of Strategic Partnerships Sondra Cloud Named to Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Making Caring Common Educator Advisory Board

November 8, 2022

Cloud to help develop resources and strategies that schools and parents can use to build children’s moral and social capacities

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Curriculum Associates Launches a New Edition of i-Ready® Classroom Mathematics to Further Support Student Engagement and Discourse-Driven Math Instruction

November 7, 2022

A number of new program enhancements for Grades K–1 and Grades 2–8 promote student-centered, activity-based learning opportunities in today’s classrooms

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Daisy Torres of Hartford Public Schools Named Recipient of the 2022 ALAS Scholarship Focused on Supporting Educational Leadership

November 1, 2022

$10,000 scholarship sponsored by Curriculum Associates will support Torres’s continuing education as she pursues her doctoral degree in educational . . .

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Curriculum Associates in the News

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New School

Rob Waldron shares how he built a mission-driven culture that helps Curriculum Associates better serve students and teachers.

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Managing Change in Uncertain Times

Danielle Sullivan shares three ways district leaders can support teachers and themselves.

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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Is Not Just an Acronym

Sana Shaikh shares why DEIB is a guiding light for transformative business practices.

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Hear What Educators Say about Curriculum Associates

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Explore Our Success Stories

Every district we serve is unique, and so is its story. Hear from teachers, coaches, and administrators as they describe ways in which our tools support learning communities across the country.

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Rich data empowers teachers with a deeper knowledge of their students so they can take meaningful instructional next steps.

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i-Ready Learning’s instructional resources support educators, engage classrooms, and enable all students to access grade-level learning and beyond.

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These assessment inventories support exceptional students at every level and aid educators with pinpointing students' strengths, interests, and needs and writing IEPs.

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We’ve won numerous awards for our products, service, and culture.

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Rob Waldron, Chief Executive Officer

Rob Waldron, Chief Executive Officer of Curriculum Associates.Rob Waldron joined Curriculum Associates in 2008, bringing leadership experience from both the for-profit and nonprofit education worlds. He runs the company with a long-term focus, upholding the founding mission to improve classrooms everywhere. Under his leadership, revenues have increased more than eleven-fold, making Curriculum Associates one of the nation’s fastest-growing K–12 education publishing companies. Curriculum Associates now employs more than 1,500 staff and has earned “Top Place to Work” status from The Boston Globe seven years in a row.

Prior to joining Curriculum Associates, Rob served as CEO of Jumpstart, a national nonprofit preparing preschoolers from low-income backgrounds for success, and as CEO of the K12 tutoring division of Kaplan Education. Rob also served as an operating executive at private equity firm Berkshire Partners.

Rob’s mission-driven passion has earned him recognition as a Fast Company Top 25 Social Entrepreneur, World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, and EY Entrepreneur of the Year. He has also won the Northeastern US Regional YPO Social Impact Award and EdTech Digest’s CEO of the Year. A member of the Association of Test Publishers CEO Council, Rob previously served as an Aspen Institute/Pahara Fellow and as a fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School. Rob received his BA from Northwestern and his MBA from Harvard.

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