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Which lessons are included on each plan?
Which lessons are included on each plan?

Links to the specific lessons in each collection are provided here.

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Written by Folks
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A lot of people have asked, "which plan should I sign up for?" We're here to help you figure that out by considering two questions.

Question 1: All Grades or a Cluster Collection?

Are you interested in lessons for all grades (6, 7, 8, Alg 1, & Alg 2) or would a just cluster of grades suit your needs? Our middle school cluster has content for grades 6, 7, & 8. And our high school cluster has lessons for grades 8, Algebra 1, and Algebra 2. If you're wondering how we define these grades, head over to our Units/Grades section; while we know grade level content varies across states (and classrooms) our topics are broad enough to be hit the major work of each grade in most contexts, and we're confident that middle school teachers can find what they need in the middle school collection and that algebra teachers can find what they need in the upper grades collection.

Question 2: Full Collection or Starter Collection?

The next thing to consider is now many lessons you'll use. We recommend teaching two lessons per major topic or instructional unit, and you'll find those lessons in the full collection. You can see those lessons by topic when you browse the lessons by Grade Level. If you're ready for two lessons per unit (or if you like having choice), the full pack is for you!

The starter collection contains half as many lessons -- one lesson per unit topic rather than two. If you're eager to try Citizen Math but you only anticipate using one lesson per unit, then this is a great plan to start. You can upgrade anytime, and we'll prorate your changes.

If you want to see the specific lessons in each collection/plan, just click on the links below.

Full Collections

These include 12 lessons per course, two per major topic, and are what you'll need for ideal implementation.

Starter Collections

These include 6 lessons for each course/grade, one per major topic. Even one lesson

All Grades

Includes lessons for Grades 6, 7, 8, Algebra 1, and Algebra 1

Lower Grades Cluster

These collections include lessons for Grades 6, 7, 8

Upper Grades Cluster

These collections include lessons for Grades 8, Algebra 1, and Algebra 2

Common Questions About Plans

Do/can I pick which 6/12 lessons are included for each grade?

Each plan contains a fixed collection of lessons. You do not select lessons beyond selecting whether you want the full or starter pack. To see which lessons are included in the starter pack, click on the links above.

Can a group subscription contain different plans?

Group subscriptions are for a single plan type. You can always sign up for multiple groups, but discounts are relevant to size of a single group. But drop us a line and let us know what you're trying to set up; we find that there's value in all teachers in a professional learning community having access to the same set of lessons, so we'd be happy to help you find a solution that works.

What if I want to downgrade from the full collection to a starter collection?

You can downgrade your subscription from your subscription page. Downgrades will take place at the end of your current billing period. If you're a teacher paying for a monthly account out of pocket, then your downgrade will take place on your next bill date -- that's when you'll be billed the lower amount and your access to content will change. There are no prorations or refunds for downgrades.

What if I want to upgrade from the starter collection to the full collection?

You can upgrade at anytime. Upgrades generally take place immediately and are prorated for the current billing cycle. You'll pay the prorated difference right away and see the new content right away; and then when your next billing cycle comes around, you'll pay the normal price for that plan (unless you cancel).

Do you have a question about plans not answered here? Drop us a line so we can answer it and update our common questions here!

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