Achieve More with Michigan’s Common Core
Michael Brickman, from The Thomas B. Fordham Institute, wrote the following article for The Daily Caller in which he supports…Read more
In this article, Bill Gates explains why education reform is the “best way to fix school for our kids”. Click…Read more
Read one Michigan teacher’s account of how the Common Core State Standards are helping her students to understand what they…Read more
This month, the U.S. Chamber, National Chamber and ICW released a great report on Common Core and college and career…Read more
The majority of students in this country live in a state which has adopted the Common Core State Standards. This…Read more
A discussion of Michigan’s next steps in choosing a state assessment which is aligned with the Common Core State Standards….Read more
Michigan Coalition for High Student Standards applauds state leaders. House action today is a win for Michigan students, educators and families.
ROYAL OAK, MICH. (October 29, 2013) – Today the Michigan Coalition for High Student Standards celebrates the state House action…Read more
For nearly three years, Michigan teachers have been hard at work implementing Michigan’s Common Core standards so our students…Read more
As Michigan takes steps towards restoring funding for Common Core implementation and assessments lessons can be learned from others who have gone…Read more
Contact your legislator to let them know that you continue to support Common Core in Michigan.
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.