Checking in with Common Core Implementation in New Hampshire

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ASCD asked some of our affiliate leaders to tell us how the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) has been going in...

Common Core State Standards: A Good Fit for Gifted Education?

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Jennifer G. Beasley, Ed.D. is an assistant professor at the University of Arkansas. She will be presenting at ASCD’s Common Core Professional Development...

Checking in with Common Core Implementation in Arkansas

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ASCD asked some of our affiliate leaders to tell us how the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) has been going in...

Lessons from the Field: Leading Implementation of the Common Core State Standards

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Judy F. Carr is an ASCD Faculty Member as well as a senior consultant and leadership development coach with the Center for Curriculum Renewal....

Six Insights About the Common Core

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Have you checked out the latest issue of Educational Leadership yet? The December 2012/January 2013 issue focuses on the theme, "Common Core: Now What?" Check out...

Checking in with Common Core Implementation in Florida

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ASCD asked some of our affiliate leaders to tell us how the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) has been going in...

Moving the Common Core State Standards from Adoption to Implementation to Sustainability

This blog post is cross-posted on The Hunt Institute’s blog, The Intersection. If you’re an educator in one of the 46 states that has adopted...

Hands-On Learning for Educators: Common Core Institutes

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One of the topics we hear educators talking, tweeting, and blogging most about is the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). We’ve released books, newsletters,...

Making Assignments Matter

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Remember that uncomfortable feeling as a kid when you missed an assignment or didn’t do as well as you had hoped? Take a second...

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