Achieve More with Michigan’s Common Core
In the following video released by the Collaborative for Student Success, three former republican governors explain a State’s role in the…Read more
In the following video, three former republic governors argue in support for the Common Core State Standards. Click to view: …Read more
“Tennessee Common Core Leadership Council member Jared Bigham will be a featured speaker during a state parent teachers association leadership…Read more
“State education officials are feverishly working to develop a new statewide assessment with less than eight months to go until…Read more
“About two-thirds of district superintendents said they believe the Common Core State Standards will improve the quality of education in…Read more
“…state lawmakers are taking steps to claim some of the authority that state boards of education have traditionally held over…Read more
“The implementation of Arizona’s College and Career Ready Standards is making a difference in student success beyond the classroom.” Click…Read more
Eight-in-Ten K-12 Teachers See Some Benefits of Common Core Curriculum, Finds National University of Phoenix Survey
“A recent national survey from University of Phoenix® College of Education finds that eight-in-ten (81 percent) K-12 teachers cite benefits…Read more
Answers to some of the questions surrounding The Common Core State Standards and Michigan Student Assessment. Read the full article…Read more
This article featured in the May 22nd, 2014 issue of the The Detroit News, makes an argument for why aligned…Read more
Learn More About Michigan’s Common Core
Common Core puts more focus on critical thinking and problem solving, the real world skills students need to succeed after high school.
According to 2011 national testing, Michigan has fallen to the bottom tier of states in student performance. We need to raise our game.
Michigan teachers, principals and administrators, business leaders and parents.
Ready for College. Ready for Career. Ready for Life.
Let’s give Michigan students access to the same rigorous math and reading standards as their peers across the country. Let’s prepare them for success after high school.