Achieve More with Michigan’s Common Core
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
Yet another national poll shows overwhelming teacher support for Common Core. As USA Today noted today, a poll of…Read more
The Michigan Senate is holding a hearing this afternoon, Wednesday, on whether to vote to restore funding for Common Core…Read more
The House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to restore funding for Michigan’s Common Core State Standards. The measure now moves to the…Read more
In a promising turn for Michigan students, the House Ed Committee just endorsed restoration of funding for Michigan Common Core…Read more
The Michigan Chamber of Commerce has added its voice to that of business leaders across the state who support Michigan’s…Read more
Unless we take action, Michigan’s Common Core will lose its funding after September 30th
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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.