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What Does “College- and Career-Ready” Actually Mean?

Dave Stuart Jr. teaches English and world history in Cedar Springs, Michigan. He also writes a popular blog on teaching the Common Core State Standards, called Teaching the Core (www.teachingthecore.com). With over ten thousand monthly readers, Dave’s blog has been … Read more.

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Michael Fullan’s new book The Principal – an excerpt

The Principal: Three Keys to Maximizing Impact by Michael Fullan Chapter One: Outmoded The learning fates of principals, teachers, and students are intimately interrelated—and in the past decade, the conditions for mutual learning in schools have been seriously eroding. Students … Read more.

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What Will “College and Career Ready” Mean in the Future?

We know that the driving force behind the Common Core State Standards is to promote college and career readiness for all students. But what does “college and career ready” really mean? David Conley, one of the leading national authorities on … Read more.

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Equations & Inequalities: A Lesson from Pat Mower’s Pre-Algebra Out Loud

Per the Common Core State Standards, one of the ten goals of sixth-grade math students requires them to reason about and solve one-variable equations and inequalities. In this third book in her Out Loud series, veteran educator Pat Mower offers … Read more.

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