Common Core State Standards

Overview of C-SAIL’s Year 1 and 2 Implementation Study Findings

This brief details six themes that emerged from C-SAIL's Year 1 and 2 Implementation Study survey and interview work in California, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Ohio, and Texas.

Implementation of Kentucky's Learning Standards in English Language Arts and Math: Insights, Innovations, and Challenges in Six Districts

This brief reports how district administrators, principals, and teachers are understanding, experiencing, and implementing the Kentucky Academic Standards in English language arts and math. C-SAIL examines how and what kinds of supports are provided to teachers of all students, including students with disabilities and English learners who take the general state assessment.

Year 2 Conference | Interactive Map Project Presentation

Interactive Map Project presentation from C-SAIL's first annual "A Conversation on College- and Career-Readiness Standards" in November 2016.

Year 2 Conference | Longitudinal Outcomes Study Presentation

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

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.

How Well Aligned Are State Assessments with State Standards or Common Core/Next Generation Science Standards?

In U.S. public education, states are responsible for most policies for curriculum, instruction, teacher preparation, and assessment of learning. A significant change in the state role has taken place in the past decade, particularly when 45 states decided to adopt the Common Core State Standards for English language arts and mathematics. Separately, 26 states worked together to develop standards for science education, the Next Generation Science Standards.

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