Studies Weekly Meets TEKs Breakout Standards

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Studies Weekly K-5 curriculum provides full coverage of Texas Education Knowledge and Skills Standards.

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Learning List provides independent reviews of K-12 instructional materials and online courses. To see Learning List’s professional reviews and alignment reports for Studies Weekly’s products, go to www.learninglist.com.

Studies Weekly is proud to announce that our Texas K-5 curriculum covers 100% of the Texas Education Standards (TEKS). The Learning List has reviewed our materials and provided accredited third party validation.

Studies Weekly understands the need to provide full standards coverage and meet the needs of teachers in the classroom. To best do this Studies Weekly employs authors with current and past teaching experience to create curriculum that is not only fun and engaging for students and practical for teachers, but also covers the Texas Education Agency’s Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), Student Expectations and Breakouts in social studies (SS), as well as the required English Language Arts and Reading (ELA/R) and English Language Proficiency Skills (ELPS). Please visit the link below to view the standards coverage on our website:

http://www.studiesweekly.com/coverage

Learning List provides independent reviews of K-12 instructional materials and online courses. To see Learning List’s professional reviews and alignment reports for Studies Weekly’s products, go to http://www.learninglist.com.

About Studies Weekly and American Legacy Publishing
Traditional textbooks cost up to $80 per student. By contrast, the price of Studies Weekly can be as low as $6 per student per year, or about $47 over the 8-year time frame in which textbooks are expected to be used by schools. Studies Weekly subscriptions also include access to estudiesweekly.com, an interactive experience that offers research-based tools for teachers and rich learning opportunities for students.

Nationwide, 30 percent of elementary schools have at least one classroom using Studies Weekly for their core materials in social studies and/or science. Studies Weekly Publishing, continues to present these innovative instructional materials to boards of education for adoption in states where traditional textbooks have been the only option for decades.

"Too many schools are looking at their finances and seeing textbook costs as a major burden. This causes a lot of programs to atrophy as districts strive to save money," said Ed Rickers, president of Studies Weekly Publishing. "Studies Weekly offers a program with superior content that has saved some school districts millions of dollars. Because we have the flexibility of periodical publishing, Studies Weekly will always be relevant, timely and up to state education standards."

American Legacy Publishing enables teachers in every state and grade level to
teach 100 percent of their grade level's state standards with minimum
preparation and maximum success. The company publishes more than 70 unique
classroom periodicals- more than Weekly Reader, Scholastic News, Time FOR Kids
and Highlights Magazine combined. There are Studies Weekly publications
for Social Studies, Math, and Science education that are tailored and relevant
to the state in which the student lives. Printing in newspaper and magazine
format allows for changes in state standards and frequent updates with world,
national, and state current events that relate to their curriculum.

For more information, please visit http://www.studiesweekly.com or view our product video. To order a free sample or schedule a presentation, please call 866-311-8734.

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