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Clearer and Higher: Why Students Need the Common Core video makes a dynamic conversation starter on how classroom teaching and learning will change to better prepare our students for a 21st-century global workplace. It is great as an opener for education-leader speaking engagements and for showing at district- and school-level faculty meetings, parent nights, and association and community events.

NH Common Core Collaboration Ring serves as a resource, sounding board, and think tank for the CCSS.

Illustrative Mathematics provides guidance to states, assessment consortia, testing companies, and curriculum developers by illustrating the range and types of mathematical work that students experience in a faithful implementation of the Common Core State Standards, and by publishing other tools that support implementation of the standards.

Bringing the Common Core to Life with one of the authors, David Coleman. David talks about the development then fields questions from New York state educators.

These three books from the Center on Instruction completely outline the Reading Foundations in the CCSS that are only found in the K-5 section of the Standards. They are the bedrock of the standards and mastery in K-5 is implicit for success in 6-12. Acrobat Reader

Assessment Reform In the United States: What it Means for New Hampshire Acrobat Reader

Archives

Common Core State Standards Initiative Historical Timeline for New Hampshire (September 2009-December 2010)

Schools Look to Common Core to Set Standards for Learning Acrobat Reader (Article from the Keene Sentinel)

NH Press Release

National Press Release

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