By The Understood Team
The goal of Common Core State Standards is for students to graduate with the skills they’ll need for college or for a career. Schools start teaching these skills in kindergarten and build on them every year. Here’s a grade-by-grade guide.
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Checklist: Questions to Ask About Common Core State Standards
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