Our School Programs

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Anji Play Early Learning Program

Anji Play is a national standard for development and learning for children enrolled in kindergarten in China. It was developed and tested by Ms. Cheng Xueqin, Superintendent of 130 public kindergartens that serve 14,000 children ages 3 to 6 in Anji County, China. All children in China are required to attend kindergarten from ages 3 to 6. The government and parents each contribute towards the cost of kindergarten education. One City is the first AnjiPlay school site outside of Mainland China.

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SuperKids Reading Program

The SuperKids Reading Program supplements our Anji Play curriculum and gives our teachers more tools and practices to work with as they engage their children in literacy development.

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Eureka Math

Eureka Math² is a revolutionary math program designed to advance equity in the math classroom by helping students build enduring math knowledge based on a conceptual understanding of mathematics. Eureka Math² provides consistent math models, rigor to support the productive struggle, and coherence across grades. The curriculum utilizes digital interactives, increased opportunities for student discourse, and a new level of flexibility to make math instruction more teachable and engaging.

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Expeditionary Learning Program

EL Education, formerly known as “Expeditionary Learning”, is an exciting whole-school educational program that enables us to involve all learners in a dynamic, creative, project-based and student-centered learning program that keeps children excited, engaged and appropriately challenged in the learning process.

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