Student Achievement Partners has launched a major new initiative to help with implementation of the Common Core State Standards in both Mathematics and English Language Arts. Their website, achievethecore.org, already has some good resources, and no doubt will grow. Student Achievement Partners is a nonprofit whose founding partners are David Coleman and Sue Pimentel, two of the lead writers for ELA, and Jason Zimba, one of the lead writers for Mathematics. The other two lead writers for Mathematics, myself and Phil Daro, are advisors for the project.
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Thank you for this, Bill! I’m checking out achievethecore.org now, will share with our participants at tomorrow’s workshop on the common core standards. 🙂
I understand the site is new, but the math that is there is for k8. Where are high school resources? Please directly me to high school resources, because I am not finding much.