"The Write Bright curriculum has been an amazing teaching tool which has been utilized at my school for seven years. I am proud to say that my school has achieved the highest writing scores in the district after using Write Bright with our students. We have seen incredible improvements in our state writing scores since curriculum was implemented. My teachers are pumped up and positive about what they have learned and thrilled with the results in student performance. Write Bright has been an integral part of our total curriculum and is by far the best, the most thorough program I have found" - Dr. Richard Demeri, Principal
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There are a number of different preschool curricula available, but all must be tailored to an individual teacher's style and personality. While some preschool teachers are expected to follow the curriculum designed by another, others have the freedom to create their own. Designing your own curriculum allows for you to tailor learning to your teaching style as well as to the needs of the current class. While it does require an investment of time, after meeting with other teachers, learning the standards, and creating fun activities, you’ll have the makings of a good curriculum.