Advantages Of Common Core

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Common Core was first introduced in 2011, the standards were designed to build upon the most advanced thinking about preparing all students for success in college, career, and life. The first major advantage of adopting the Common Core is that stated will have a truly common way of comparing themselves. This resulted in every state advancing their standards to the next level. Some states that accepted common core had to move backwards and bring The ultimate goal for common core is to have every school district follow the same national standards. Common core is believed to be backed by the government. Either they accept the program or receive no funding to help the school. Many people in the state of Louisiana feel that the standards for this program are set too high for their children.
Common Core is bad for parents, students, teacher, Common core is a one for all education policies which means everybody learns exactly the same. This is a bad decision for students because centrally controlled standards will hurt students’ creativity and learning. All students do not learn the same way, most education policy’s realize that all students have different learning styles, preferences, and paces. It is bad for the parents, because they will have no say in their child’s education. They will not be able to suggest changes to
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“I’ve been faced with the challenge of having to teach roughly 100 math topic over the course of a single year,” says Davis-Caldwell. Common core lets the teacher take their time and touch basis on the key topics they know will form a clear and consistent foundation for the students. They use to have to move forward even if a student mastered the topic or not. Now the teachers have more time to wait on all the students to master the topic before they move onto the next one. Common core allows students to be able to understand the topic before they move on, instead of them being frustrated and losing

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