Articles: Standards

Alison DeNisco
Source:  Education Commission of the States (Click to enlarge)
Many states have affirmed the standards but renamed them
Alison DeNisco
In 2012, nearly every state was part of either PARCC or the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium. As of this July, only 28 remained.
Comparing state results across the country will be more difficult as testing becomes more fragmented
David Browne
David Browne is superintendent of the Randolph, New Jersey public schools, a suburban K12 district of 4,800 students.
Teacher’s evaluations of students will measure progress better than Common Core tests
Jessica Terrell
A snake is the centerpiece of a lesson at the Conservatory Lab Charter School in Boston. It’s a program of Expeditionary Learning, a non-profit that partners with district public schools and charters providing innovative curriculum and teacher-created resources.
Combining PD, project-based learning and real world experience propels student success

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