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Speedy Process for Common Standards Adoption

SPEEDY PROCESS Once the federal government dangled benefits for signing on to the common core, states quickly adopted the standards in English/ language arts and mathematics. STANDARDS ADOPTERS State adopted standards IN THE YEAR State has not adopted standards 2010 State adopted standards in only one subject FEBRUARY TOTAL STATES WA NH ME MT OR Mh M. WY PA NE NV NJ IL IN DE CA KS "KY DO TN AR MS AL GA LA TX WA NH VT ME MT JUNE ND OR MN ID SD WI NY M. 17 WY MI TOTAL STATES IA PA NE NV NJ DE MD OH IN UT IL Co wwVA CA KS TN AZ OK NM SC MS AL GA TX LA FL AK JULY/AUGUST TOTAL 37 WA MT ND VT OR MN ID SD WI NY MA STATES WY MI IRI PA I CT NJ DE MD IA ст NE NV OH IN IL UT ww KS MO VA CA KY ку NC TN AZ ок NM AR SC MS AL GA TX LA 2 FL AK HI FEBRUARY 2014 TOTAL STATES 46 PLUS THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA WA NH ME VT MT ND MN WI OR ID MA SD NY WY MI IRI I CT NJ IA PA NE NV ОН IL IN DE UT SWV VA CO MD KS CA KY IDC NC TN AZ OK NM AR SC MS AL GA TX LA * FL AK НI of K-12 public school students in the U.S. now live in states that have adopted the common standards. EDUCATION WEEK

Speedy Process for Common Standards Adoption

shared by edweek on May 04
In three years, the Common Core State Standards vaulted over key hurdles, surprising more than a few naysayers. Between February 2010 and November 2011, all but four states formally adopted them. This...




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