Why Parents Should Support Common Core Standards:

Here’s why:

The standards are the same wherever you go. Common standards mean that students in all States are learning the same thing as students across the country. Students moving into or out of States will have a smoother educational transition because learning goals will now be the same across states.

They’re modeled on success. The Common Core are aligned to international standards from the highest achieving countries. This means our students will be well prepared to compete both nationally and internationally.

College and career ready is the name of the game. All students graduating college and career-ready is the goal of the CCSS. These standards are designed to prepare students for success in whatever they choose to do after graduation.

Real life is really important. What students learn in school should be directly related to what they’ll be required to do once they leave. The Common Core places a strong emphasis on reading informational and technical texts to prepare students for the demands of college and the workplace.

College should not begin with remediation. Too many students entering universities and community colleges require remedial classes in English and Math. The CCSS are designed to make that a problem of the past by fully preparing students for college-level coursework.

Increased access to learning resources. Common standards mean that learning resources and teaching and learning materials can be shared across states.

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