Common Core Learning Standards
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The following are Common Core State Standards (CCSS) resources that focus on Mathematics. A Closer Look at the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics: Webinar Archive Education Northwest, in collaboration with the Northwest Regional Comprehensive Center, hosted this webinar—the second in a series on the CCSS. Participants in this webinar heard from Dr. William McCallum, head of the University of Arizona’s mathematics department and a lead author of the CCSS for Mathematics. Designing High School Mathematics Courses Based on the Common Core State Standards [PDF] As states look at how to implement the high school CCSS, an important consideration is how these standards might be organized into courses that provide a strong foundation for postsecondary success.
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