Sharing and Learning—Together
Welcome to our Open Source portal, where we share the resources and curriculum found in our public charter schools. If you haven’t done so already, please register below to access the site.
To register, there are a few quick steps you’ll need to take:
- Enter your info below and click “submit.”
- Go to your email, and select the invite from Achievement First. Click the green “Get Started” button within.
- If your email address is not a Microsoft account, you will be asked to create one.
- Once your account is verified and your Microsoft account is set up, you’ll be directed back to this page. Click the “Enter Open Source Website” button above to gain access to thousands of Achievement First resources and tools!
Troubleshooting tip: If you get an “Access Denied” message, first make sure you registered below. Alternatively, try opening this page in a private browser/incognito window.
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