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How is Common Core Changing Teachers Practices?

Is the Common Core changing the way you teach? Or is the Common Core acknowledging your best teaching practices?

Over a decade ago No Child Left Behind (2001) required annual assessments in students basic skills and required each state to develop standards.  The Common Core shifts from state level standards to national standards as a means to ensure students completing high school are college and career ready.

This video examines the shifts in English Language Arts and Mathematics.

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About Dr. Dickenson

I am an assistant professor of Teacher Education at National University in San Jose.

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