North Carolina has graciously unpacked every standard and come to both a sense of what they mean as well as some suggestions around classroom implementation.  A great set of resources.

North Carolina has graciously unpacked every standard and come to both a sense of what they mean as well as some suggestions around classroom implementation. A great set of resources.

Common Core New for 1st GRADE!  Kid Friendly "I CAN" Statements for Common Core State Standards!  Language Arts & Math! Great school resources!    http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Common-Core-Standards-Language-Arts-Math-Gr-1-I-Can-Statements

Common Core Standards Language Arts & Math Gr. 1 "I Can" Statements

Common Core New for 1st GRADE! Kid Friendly "I CAN" Statements for Common Core State Standards! Language Arts & Math! Great school resources! http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Common-Core-Standards-Language-Arts-Math-Gr-1-I-Can-Statements

Common Core Implementation Guidelines for Leaders:  The Good & the Bad--Wesley Fryer  What we need in Oklahoma schools more than anything is NOT more tests or new tests aligned to new standards: We need fantastic, high-quality teachers and school administrators.

Common Core Implementation Guidelines for Leaders: The Good & the Bad--Wesley Fryer What we need in Oklahoma schools more than anything is NOT more tests or new tests aligned to new standards: We need fantastic, high-quality teachers and school administrators.

Report Shows Sustained Performance Gains by English Language Learners:  Almost 64% of 4th-grade English language learners and 42% of 8th-grade English language learners met standards on the State math exam in 2008, up from 2003 rates of 36% and 14%, respectively. In both grades, data show that English language learners without special needs met standards on the math exam at the same rate as other students. The CEMEE team had worked with teachers and principals to accomplish this goal.

Report Shows Sustained Performance Gains by English Language Learners: Almost 64% of 4th-grade English language learners and 42% of 8th-grade English language learners met standards on the State math exam in 2008, up from 2003 rates of 36% and 14%, respectively. In both grades, data show that English language learners without special needs met standards on the math exam at the same rate as other students. The CEMEE team had worked with teachers and principals to accomplish this goal.

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