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Math Common Core

Math Common Core
Return to list of Standards. The Common Core State Standards for Mathematics define what students should understand and be able to do in their study of mathematics. For more information on the standards themselves, go to Common Core State Standards Initiative Mathematics Standards site. Full standard statements are listed below. When available, linked statements go to a list of aligned educational resources. The relevant grade level and number of resources available for any given standard are shown in parentheses.

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Seizing the Moment for Mathematics Published Online: July 17, 2012 Published in Print: July 18, 2012, as Seizing the Moment for Mathematics Commentary By William Schmidt For years now it has been clear that the U.S. mathematics curriculum is a mile wide and an inch deep, and that the fragmented quality of mathematics instruction is related to our low ranking on international assessments.

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