Assessments, priorities and challenges are just a few of the things that education technology leaders face with the Common Core State Standards.
And technology touches all three of these areas. To help address these issues, these news articles and white papers show what's happening, what lies ahead and what districts and states are doing to prepare.
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An issue brief from the National Governors Association highlights four trends in Common Core State Standards implementation.
States are collaborating to match digital resources with Common Core Standards.
The popular visual bookmarking site hosts a number of educators who share resources on the Common Core State Standards.
While individual costs vary, states will have to fork over a pile of money for professional development and content.
A new report finds that technical issues with Common Core assessments could pose a problem for some states.
As states emphasize the Common Core State Standards, school districts work on using technology to meet learning goals.
Through a computer-based assessment, the Florida College system sets college readiness expectations for incoming students and addresses students' weak areas.
The draft core standards seek to make professional teaching standards consistent throughout the states.
Throughout the Common Core State Standards, technology provides a way for students to gain the knowledge and skills that the standards emphasize in math and English language arts.
Everyone has a chance to comment on the proposed math and English standards that all but two states have volunteered to develop.
The Common Core State Standards assessment requirements provide an opportunity for school districts to reinvest in network infrastructure.
Download this paper to learn how mobile devices can help meet the learning objectives of the Common Core State Standards.
Download this poster for a deep dive of specific mobile device capabilities education leaders need to consider when integrating mobile devices with curriculum to meet the Common Core State Standards and learning objectives.