In 2015, leaders within Achieve’s Competency-Based Pathways State Partnership set out to more clearly understand the potential of learning progressions research to transform instructional practice and what is being done to translate that research into training and tools for educators.
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To explore the public's awareness of and support for the new Common Core State Standards and aligned common assessments Achieve commissioned a national poll in August 2011.
Ready or Not is the culminating report of the original American Diploma Project (ADP), a multi-year research project that led to the development of the ADP Benchmarks, end-of-high school expectations in mathematics and English Language Arts.
- #WV lawmakers say they want to keep their #CommonCore standards, citing that they "don't want to go backwards." https://t.co/Re65rdl3V0
- RT @AlabamaDeptofEd: Alabama Teachers believe in #CCRS https://t.co/2V96dTE29A
- Good analysis from #NewJersey comparing #PARCC #Algebra I results w/ Ss earning C or better: https://t.co/orQ7V54rrw https://t.co/1nNSM7uLTV
- RT @MichaelPetrilli: @StudentSuccess Another goal of #CommonCore (spurring free high quality instructional materials) achieved https://t.co/ZnrwcfqnzR
- How can states support "innovation zones" in districts to advance #CompetencyEd? New brief: https://t.co/09PJ4HZpTm https://t.co/wzkreXOQEj