Longitudinal Study

Nearly a decade later, did the Common Core work? New research offers clues

A 2008 report offered a dire warning: U.S. schools were falling behind their international peers. Its prescription: states should “adopt a common core of internationally benchmarked standards in math and language arts.”

The idea of the Common Core would soon gain steam. Thanks to interest from state leaders and financial incentives offered by the federal government and private philanthropies, most states adopted new academic standards over the next few years. That would soon mean new tests, new textbooks, and new teaching methods — and in many places, backlash to those changes.

Effects of College- and Career-Ready Standards on Student Achievement

This study assesses the effects of the CCR standards and aligned assessments on key student outcomes for all students and for key student subgroups (e.g., SWDs and ELLs).

Lessons Learned on Standards Implementation from State and District Leaders

 

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.

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