Access Points is a project focusing on lesson plans, teaching materials, and other short-form publications dedicated to increasing student and educator access to innovative, meaningful curriculum. Envisioned and edited by John B. Weinstein, Ligaya Franklin, and Jehan Senai Worthy, this series arose from their work together with students in New York City just prior to the pandemic. At that time, they were already seeing access challenges arising from travel to teaching spaces, inequitable internet availability, and time pressures faced by students contributing to household care and income. These challenges only grew during the pandemic and beyond. In the Access Points space, they aim to uplift and share materials that might help make education more accessible and equitable.