Here’s a short essay by Jason Zimba, Lasting achievements in K–8, that gives an example of a standard occupying a strategic position in the flow of the standards, serving as the culmination of many pathways and as the starting point for many more.
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I like this article and generally appreciate the different spatial representations of the structure in the standards.