I only recently heard of “CREATE” and if I’d not really been paying attention, I would of just glossed over it. However, knowing the Common Core Machine has so many overreaching parts, it’s worth a look. CREATE: The acronym for “Consortium for Research on Educational Assessment and Teaching Effectiveness”. Their
CCR, College and Career Readiness: Hardly a new subject for me to write about, but more Common Core aligned evidence is popping up. Where did I get the above image from? A CCR Success Center!! You, too can visit their website to see just how fabulous of a job your
We all love a great discovery, don’t we? Especially in finding out about how far and wide the net is cast across our nation when it comes to Common Core. Today, you won’t be disappointed. We’re going to be finding out about SHEEO, The States Higher Education Executive Officers Organization.
Recently, I was talking with a modern day substitute teacher. She shared with me that not too long ago she was called into a classroom where many computers were set up. Being that it was the end of a particular learning cycle (I think it was 9 weeks), it was
This past Tuesday, I wrote about the CCSSO (Council of Chief State School Officers) and their “lab states” for Common Core. Well, thanks to an avid Common Core Diva reader from AZ, I was pointed to even more that falls under the realm of the CCSSO. So, let’s get the
Let Me Introduce You: The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) is half owner to the copyrighted Common Core State Standards. This is well documented, so I won’t elaborate. However, did you know there are a small number of our neighbor States across America who are the ‘innovation lab’