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Common Core Standards by State - Chapter Summary and Objectives
Although Common Core represents a general guideline and group of goals, the standards can vary from state to state. The articles in this chapter detail the standards for several states. The following states will be discussed in this chapter:
- New York
- Rhode Island
|Common Core Standards in Delaware||List standards for Common Core in Delaware.|
|Common Core Standards in Maine||Explain Maine's Common Core standards.|
|Common Core Standards in Oklahoma||Describe standards for Common Core in Oklahoma.|
|Georgia Common Core Performance||Analyze the performance of Common Core in Georgia.|
|New York State (NYS) Common Core Standards||Learn about what is expected for Common Core in New York State.|
|Common Core Standards in Rhode Island (RI)||Review what types of standards are set for Common Core in the state of Rhode Island.|
1. Common Core Standards in Delaware
Like many other states, Delaware has fully adopted and integrated Common Core State Standards (CCSS) into its curricula. Learn more about these standards and how they are used in Delaware.
2. Common Core Standards in Maine
Maine has adopted the Common Core Standards for English and math as part of its state standards, known as the Maine Learning Results. Learn how the two standards align and discover resources you can use to master the Common Core curriculum.
3. Georgia Common Core Performance Standards
Georgia has overhauled its educational guidelines to align with Common Core Standards. Read on to learn how the revisions have shaped expectations for English language arts, literacy and mathematics instruction.
4. New York State (NYS) Common Core Standards
New York is among the 46 states that have adopted the Common Core Standards. These standards apply to students in prekindergarten through the end of high school.
5. Common Core Standards in Rhode Island (RI)
In Rhode Island, the Common Core Standards are used to guide expectations of student learning throughout primary and secondary grade levels. Keep reading to learn which subjects these standards cover, and discover resources that can help parents and teachers understand how they're being implemented.
6. 5th Grade Common Core Math Standards
Learn what math concepts the Common Core Standards focus on in 5th grade. You can also find out what skills students are expected to demonstrate at this grade level and familiarize yourself with resources to help them master this subject.
7. 2nd Grade Common Core Math Standards
According to Common Core standards, by the time students begin second grade, they should have a working grasp of such fundamental math concepts as addition and subtraction, whole number place values, linear measurement and basic plane geometry. Over the year, these concepts will be expanded and developed even further. Read on to find out more about Common Core standards at this grade level.
8. Common Core Standards & English Language Learners
Common Core State Standards provide a nationally recognized outline for education in math and English language arts. Keep reading to learn more about the Common Core's benchmarks and get recommendations for helping English language learners meet them.
9. Illinois Common Core Standards
While the Common Core Standards are meant to provide a degree of uniformity and structure in every student's education, that doesn't mean each state is bound to implement them in the exact same way. Read on to learn how Illinois approaches the Common Core Standards.
10. Illinois Common Core Math Standards
Learn more about the common core standards for math in Illinois. Continue reading to find out more information about these standards by varying grade levels, and become familiar with resources for students to review their math concepts.
11. ELA Common Core Standards in Illinois
The Common Core standards for English language arts provide an outline for consistent education across the country and have been adopted by Illinois. Continue reading to learn what's included in the Common Core standards and find out how they're being implemented in this state.
12. Illinois Common Core Science Standards
The Illinois State Board of Education recently adopted the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) for all K-12 science education. Read on the learn about these new standards and what the standards mean for Illinois science teachers.
13. Illinois Common Core Social Studies Standards
Social studies provide students with a broad look into the world of human interaction and helps develop important skills. While the Common Core doesn't encompass social studies in Illinois, the state's standards provide pivotal structure to its social studies programs. Read on to learn more.
14. Common Core Literacy Standards for Science
Common Core State Standards outline expectations for science literacy at both the middle and high school levels. Keep reading to learn what skills students will be expected to master as they work their way towards high school graduation.
15. Common Core State Standards in Florida
Though Common Core was implemented in Florida in 2010, the state approved many changes in 2014 and adopted the revised Florida Standards into its public schools. Get information on the standards and changes, and find some great classroom resources to use that meet these standards.
16. Common Core State Standards in Colorado
Colorado has adopted the Common Core standards in an effort to prepare students for college or career paths after high school. Read on to learn more about the standards and to find helpful resources.
17. Common Core State Standards in Ohio
Ohio's learning standards are modeled after the Common Core Standards that are being used by most of the other 50 states. Below is an overview of some these standards and how they enhance the educational process.
18. Common Core State Standards in Maryland
In Maryland, the Common Core Standards are known as the College and Career-Ready Standards. Read on to learn more about the goals of the Common Core Standards for Maryland and about helpful learning resources for students and parents.
19. Hawaii Common Core Standards
People interested in how the Common Core standards are used in Hawaii can get an overview of what those standards are and what students are expected to know by graduation. You can also find student and parent resources available to support learning in math and English language arts.
20. Common Core State Standards in Oregon
Find out how Common Core State Standards have been implemented in Oregon and learn the ways in which they help students reach their full potential. You'll also find courses designed to help teachers and parents supplement instruction or assist students with their coursework.
21. Common Core State Standards in Idaho
Idaho uses Common Core State Standards for math and English, and has its own standards for several other subjects. Read on to learn about the Common Core standards and discover resources designed to help educators implement them.
22. Common Core State Standards in Wisconsin
Wisconsin uses Common Core State Standards in math, English language arts, and literacy. Read on to learn how these standards are structured and what they mean for student learning from kindergarten through high school.
23. Common Core State Standards in Missouri
One of the main goals of Missouri's education department is to become a top ten state in terms of student achievement. Learn how Missouri intends to improve education for its students and reach that goal with the Common Core State Standards. You'll also find resources to help students with their ELA and math coursework.
24. Common Core State Standards in Arkansas
In 2011, Arkansas began implementing Common Core state standards for English language arts and mathematics. The state has also revised standards for fields like social studies and English language learning to align with the Common Core's literacy standards. Here is an overview of those standards with material for educators to enhance their classroom activities.
25. North Carolina Common Core State Standards
North Carolina's Accountability and Curriculum Reform Effort (ACRE) for public education addresses the educational standards for the state, including Common Core State Standards. This article gives information about the standards and support available to teachers, parents and students.
26. Common Core State Standards in Nevada
Nevada is one of many states that have adopted Common Core State Standards for math and English language arts. Read on to learn about the content of these standards, why they were adopted, and resources to help Nevada educators put them into practice in the classroom.
27. Common Core State Standards in New Mexico
Common Core State Standards in New Mexico outline the math and English Language Arts learning objectives for students in kindergarten through 12. Read on to learn about the standards and resources for New Mexico educators who are implementing them.
28. New Jersey Common Core State Standards
New Jersey is one of 42 U.S. states that has adopted Common Core State Standards. Read on to learn about those standards and resources to help teachers implement them.
29. Texas Physical Education Requirements
Texas schools must offer physical education to all public school students in kindergarten through grade 12. Read on to learn about the curriculum standards, activity mandates and other requirements for different grade levels.
30. New York State Physical Education Standards
The learning standards for physical education in New York focus on three core areas. Read on to learn what the standards entail, along with additional state mandates for physical education at various grade levels.
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