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by James B Hunt Jr.,Robert Rothman

ePub Something in Common: The Common Core Standards and the Next Chapter in American Education (HEL Impact Series) download
Author:
James B Hunt Jr.,Robert Rothman
ISBN13:
978-1612501079
ISBN:
1612501079
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Harvard Education Press (October 1, 2011)
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Something in Common is the first book to provide a detailed look at the groundbreaking Common Core State Standards and their potential to transform American education.

Something in Common is the first book to provide a detailed look at the groundbreaking Common Core State Standards and their potential to transform American education. As a senior fellow at the major organization promoting the Common Core standards, education writer Bob Rothman gives the reader a bird’s eye view of this unfolding drama and brings the major players to life with lively anecdotes and behind-the-scenes details. He describes the developments leading up to the historic agreement and compares them to earlier efforts.

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In Something in Common: The Common Core Standards and the Next Chapter in American Education, Robert Rothman lays out the fullest exploration of the .

Rothman, a senior fellow at the Alliance for Excellent Education, is pro-Core. Former governor of North Carolina, James B. Hunt-a long-time proponent of national standards and a major figure behind the Common Core-similarly asserts, These new standards have not been imposed on states; they have emerged from states.

2011) Rothman clearly explains how education's vision of standards ha. .

Something in common: The Common Core Standards and the next chapter in American education. Cambridge: Harvard Education Press. 217 pp. ISBN: 978-1-612501079. Changes do not take place in a vacuum. This is how Rothman's much-needed book fills a gap by offering a readable and interesting overview of the past, present, and future of the core. This eightchapter work begins with the standards movement in the 1980s. Rothman clearly explains how education's vision of standards has changed and refined itself over time.

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Truth in American Education. Jane Robbins sent me some Common Core Math problems that she had obtained from an elementary school in the Metro Atlanta area. We’ll let these speak for themselves. Fighting to stop the Common Core State Standards, their Assessments and Student Data Mining. Filed Under: Common Core State Standards Tagged With: Common Core Math Problems, Common Core Math Standards, Jane Robbins.

Something in Common is the first book to provide a detailed look at the groundbreaking Common Core State Standards and their potential to transform American education. This book tells the story of the unfolding political drama around the making of the Common Core State Standards for math and English language arts, which were adopted by 43 states and the District of Columbia over a six-month period in 2010, after decades of similar proposals had gone down in flames. As a senior fellow at the major organization promoting the Common Core standards, education writer Bob Rothman gives the reader a bird’s eye view of this unfolding drama and brings the major players to life with lively anecdotes and behind-the-scenes details. He describes the developments leading up to the historic agreement and compares them to earlier efforts. He also explains the content of the standards in depth, describes steps being taken to implement them, and examines how the assessment consortia plan to measure student performance against the new standards. The book is a must-have reference work for researchers, practitioners, school leaders, policy makers, and others interested in contemporary education policy and reform.