College- and Career-Readiness

Year 2 Conference | Implementation Study Presentation

Implementation Study Year 1 findings presentation from C-SAIL's first annual "A Conversation on College- and Career-Readiness Standards" in November 2016.

Year 1 State Report: California

This report examines how the state of California is continuing CCR standards implementation during a time of transition. For the purposes of this report and in keeping with C-SAIL’s focus, we concentrate on implementation of California’s English language arts (ELA) and math standards.

Assessing the Impact of College- and Career-Ready Standards: Findings, Challenges, and Future Directions


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The Experience of Students with Disabilities: C-SAIL’s First-Wave Survey Findings


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 The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that all students with disabilities (SWD) receive a free, appropriate public education designed to meet their unique needs to prepare them for post-school education and employment. In the past 20 years, momentum has grown for a supplementary idea: that schools be held accountable for SWD achieving grade-level standards.

What The Standards-Based Movement (Really) Got Wrong


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What are states doing to support ELLs in becoming college- and career-ready?

C-SAIL’s partner states offer a range of contexts for understanding the implementation of college- and career-readiness (CCR) standards for English language learners (ELLs). Two of our partner states, Kentucky* and Ohio, have historically had few ELLs, though both have experienced a doubling of their numbers within the past 10 years. One of our partner states, Massachusetts, has a moderate and growing ELL population. Two of our partner states, California and Texas, have long histories of working with ELLs.

Teacher Implementation of College and Career-Ready Standards: Challenges & Resources

Roughly seven years have passed since the majority of states adopted college- and career-readiness (CCR) standards. Some states adopted the Common Core State Standards while others adopted their own versions of CCR standards.

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