People in society are expected to learn the same material in school as everyone else in society. Although teachers and administrators try to teach the most basic information and facts, they also try to let kids advance in the field they are most strong. Many people and children have strengths in certain subjects and weaknesses in other subjects. In most states, there are a set of rules called Common Core State Standards that are being implemented in public schools. These standards are meant to be a guide for teachers to allow students to gain knowledge to continue their education past high school and become a member of the working society. Common Core State Standards has many problems when it relates to …show more content…
“The CCCS document and supporting appendices say very little about accommodating students with disabilities, only that some students may need extra supports to achieve competency. The purpose of the standards is to establish minimum grade-level competency expectations” (Haager, & Vaughn, 2013). If music teachers, art teachers, and special education classrooms are required to have students meet grade-level expectations regarding ELA and Math standard, new curriculum will be needed for all classrooms; however, modification can be provided with extra instructional material. Classrooms may need to update their technology to keep up with the changes to lesson plans and be prepared for changes that may be reformed by the drafters of the Common Core State Standards. Teachers, administrators, and supporting staff will need to undergo more professional development to ensure standards are being met. They may also need to learn more techniques about modification on how to teach those with special needs. Funds in schools are very limited, and by applying the Common Core State Standards in the school districts, schools will be tighter on their expenditures. “The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education” (Einstein, Albert). Education is important, but there will not be schools today …show more content…
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