Common Core Online
With the ongoing transition to new standards and assessments in the United States, this scoop.it is intended to curate all materials relevant to implementation of the standards and preparation for next generation assessments.
Curated by Darren Burris
A new study found that in two-year colleges, only 4 percent of instructors found students "most generally able to do what is expected." The number was slightly higher in four-year schools: 12 percent. The rest reported that students had arrived to higher ed with at least some gaps in preparation.
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Dear Carol, With the school year behind us, I’ve been reflecting on our six-month long exchange. While we disagree on the merits of the Common Core standards, we share a passion for public education and the future of our students as well as a concern for the issues that threaten the future of public education. …