Standards Implementation

Implementation of Ohio’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 Ohio Learning 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.

Implementation of Texas’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 Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) state 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.

Lessons Learned on Standards Implementation from State and District Leaders

 

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


Twenty20

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


Twenty20

 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.

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