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"Thank you so much for the high-quality Toolkit. I have already found lots of info and ideas to use. I love the ways you have organized all of this info for use. It is saving me tons of time that I don't have."   "This collection of resources is incredible! Thank you, thank you, thank you for supporting educators!"   "I love the new toolkit...It's really organized and easy to follow...I think especially for someone new to NGPF, they will find it very easy to find all the best resources very quickly."

Thanks for choosing to use NGPF! There's a lot available on our site, and this page is meant to answer some of the most common questions we hear from teachers. So, let's dive in!

Where do I get Answer Keys and Assessments?

How do I navigate the NGPF Answer Key Spreadsheet if I am looking for a specific answer key?

Do my students need to create an NGPF account, too?

I'm completely new to NGPF. Where's the best place for me to start exploring the curriculum?

How do I "do" an NGPF lesson?

Some of these lessons are really long, and I'm running out of time in class!

How do I know if I have the most up-to-date version of a resource?

How can I grade NGPF resources?

Other Common Curriculum Questions From Teachers

What resources do you have available for ELL students?

Is there a way for me to download all of the NGPF curriculum in one file?

Can I add NGPF content to my classroom website or Google classroom?

Do you offer materials on LMSs other than Google Classroom?

Semester Course Questions

Why is NGPF free?

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