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Client Success Stories

It’s not about filling in boxes. This is about designing instruction.

Raina Kor | Assistant Superintendent at Irvington Union Free School District

Video Stories

Watch our video shorts about how schools and networks around the world are using our products and services to facilitate their school initiatives.

Meet Raina Kor, Assistant Superintendent at Irvington Union Free School District, as she explains the benefits of curriculum mapping across the district.

Category: Public Schools and Districts
Curriculum Goals: District Mapping 

Indian Prairie School District 204 is the 3rd largest school district in Illinois, and Josh Ruland, the grades 9-12 Curriculum Director shares his district’s process in developing a district wide consensus curriculum that honors the needs of all stake holders.

Category: Public Schools and Districts
Curriculum Goals: Accountability | Knowledge Transfer | Collaboration

Meet Dr. Kenneth Card, Assistant Superintendent at Huntington Union Free School, as he and his team discuss the benefits of mapping across their district.

Category: Public Schools and Districts
Curriculum Goals: District Mapping

Join us on a tour of Portledge School as the Curriculum Coordinator and Head of School discuss finding the value of curriculum mapping through collaborative conversations.

Category: Independent and Private Schools
Objective: Collaboration

Case Studies

Read our Case Studies that review how schools use our products and services to support their school or district’s needs.

Atlas for District Curriculum

Global Education Excellence is a charter school management company with a global presence. Spanning early childhood education to 12th grade, there are 18 different schools across 8 campuses.

Atlas for Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)

Westbrook School is a public school district serving 2500 students with 400 teachers and staff. The district houses pre-kindergarten through 12th grade, as well as a Career and Technical Education Center.

Atlas for Publishing Model Curriculum

The New York City Department of Education oversees all public schools in New York City. It’s the largest US School District with over 1.1 million students in 1800 schools.

Atlas for Administration

American International School of Kuwait (AISK) is a large international school with an extensive and diverse student body. In order to oversee and manage the school’s processes, they created a goal to “demonstrate a more collaborative and transparent process for developing, implementing, communicating, and monitoring organizational and long range strategic plans.”

Atlas for Supporting Teachers

Portledge school is an independent, pre-nursery through 12th grade school. Portledge was recently accredited an International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme School, and is also member to several organizations, such as the National Association of Independent Schools.

Atlas for Fresh Starts

Woburn Schools is a public school district with 5000 students across 12 schools. Classes span from pre-school through 12th grade. Given the size of the district and number of schools, it is essential, yet challenging, to maintain consistency in processes

Atlas for Initiating a Curriculum Process

Novi Community School District is a public-school district in Novi, Michigan with classes from pre-school through 12th grade, over 6200 students, and 8 schools. Novi is a part of Oakland Schools, which is home to 30 school districts.

Atlas for Accreditation

Member to NWAIS – Northwest Association of Independent Schools – the Meridian School participates in an eight‐year cycle of continuous improvement, and each cycle culminates in a re‐accrediting process with a self‐study and school visit.

Atlas for Standards Alignment

Perrysburg School District is a suburban, K-12 public school district with about 4500 students. They have been awarded a National Blue Ribbon for their high quality instruction and student achievement.

Atlas for Intentional Mapping

The Park School is an independent school with 540 students, spanning Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade. The cornerstone of The Park’s School mission is academic excellence.

Atlas for Scope and Sequence

Irvington school district has four schools with 1741 students and over 300 staff. Classes span from Kindergarten through 12th grade. With multiple schools, consistency is key to ensure student achievement.

Professional Development for Process Building

Gray Academy of Jewish Education is a private, postsecondary preparatory academy in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada. They came to Rubicon first as an Atlas client but then participated in a Leadership Institute to build their curriculum process.

Feedback From Our Clients

Principals, assistant principals, heads of departments… are actively working with
teams to tweak and build their units. Part of that protocol is that Atlas is open and
someone is documenting the conversation and updating the units as they are going
through the process.
Ryan Silverthorne, Vice Principal, British Columbia International School of Bangkok
Candidly, Atlas is a great resource for people to take advantage of because you are never done and you are constantly revising ... it’s not even about the adults in that process, it is about the kids.
Dr. Matt Crowley, Superintendent | Woburn Schools, MA
The value for mapping from my perspective is that it is a collaborative process in and of itself. The beautiful thing about Atlas … is that it is also an opportunity to talk about how they teach … `{`Atlas`}` gives you the flexibility to fit the mapping process into your strategic thinking at large.
Simon Owen-Williams, Head of School | Portledge School, NY


Rubicon provides #curriculum design and #studentperformance technology solutions along with #PD to schools around the world.

Should have, could have…

“Spent the day working on @RubiconAtlas mapping. We should have done this a long time ago!”

Shelley Dartmann via Twitter (@SDartmann7)
Clarity precedes competence…

“Clarity Precedes competence. Hence, a written, living curriculum is necessary.”

Adam Dewitt via Twitter (@adewitt2)
warms my heart…

“Warms my heart to hear an instructional coach reference our @RubiconatAtlas work and see our 1st grade teachers smile.”

RJ Webber via Twitter (@NoviAcademics)

“Seeing the potential for meaning collaboration! Planning smarter.”

Tanya de Hoog via Twitter (@Tanya_de_hoog)
I’m a believer now…

“I’m a believer now. Curriculum Mapping Translates into Better Teaching.”

Richard Kassissieh via Twitter (@kassissieh)
Says Ann Johnson…

“Reporting tools in Rubicon help teacher refine units and make instructional decisions. This gets to the real purpose of mapping.”

Ann Johnson via Twitter (@annwjohnson)
Teacher buy-in!

“Great tools, ideas, and resources for implementing curriculum mapping and creating teacher buy-in!”

Carrie Brown via Twitter (@CRamboBrown)
A great week

"Thank you for a great week of Curriculum Mapping and Leadership strategies to share with my team. @RubiconAtlas was awesome!"

Maria Jernigan via Twitter (@jernigansclass)
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