The Importance Of Common Core State Standards

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IV. Articulate your thesis with specific reference to the foundational information provided above as a critical context

a. Thesis – compare and contrast, Common Core State Standards has been scourgedoppressed by, political methods including rhetoric to oppress the general public understanding of the subject. The public have struggled to understand what CCSS really is. Is CCSS a standard or a program? If you talk about a program then you are not talking about the standard. Thereby the debate is skewed away from the standard with the activists from both political spectrums making ground. In the meanwhile there has been a minimizing what an educational standard represents.

Repeatedly through history education has been a flashpoint for both
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The Right’s argument is
The Left’s argument is
What are the common threads (if any)?

V. Describe what steps you think should be taken based on your argument with regard to CCSS or other reforms

a. Accountability –
i. All parties need to show accountability as to strike a balance in policies that ensure free and fair education
(Aske et. al, McNeil, Paulson, and Wallender – accessibility and accountability in NCLB, adoption because of deadline, adopt CCSS or make your own, federal directions for the states under NCLB). ii. Living document – ability to reinterpret standards to determine how to use them in the classroom.
(Wallender – living document –read and reread over time). iii. Federal Government’s role in removing the variability tion and uncertainty under each state. There are 16,000 districts competing against each other for funding and every child needs an even playing field
(Aske et. al, McNeil, Paulson, and Wallender – accessibility and accountability in NCLB, adoption because of deadline, adopt CCSS or make your own, federal directions for states under NCLB).

b. Accessibility –
i. Accessibility for all children, including minorities and special

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