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New Mexico Education And Common Core State Standards (NMCCSS)
Transcript of New Mexico Education And Common Core State Standards (NMCCSS)
Common Core State Standards
(NMCCSS) 1. What are
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) 2. NMCCSS Implementation Plan 3. Guiding Principles for NMCCSS
(NM Public Education Department) Individual states each have their own "standards" with little consistency from one state to another.
CCSS were developed by educators and experts coordinated by the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices, and the Council of Chief State School Officers.
CCSS clarifies what students should learn and master for grades K-12 in English/language-arts and mathematics
For grades 6-12, CCSS provides additional standards for content and reading in history/social studies, and science. CCSS are not currently aligned to English Language Learner Proficiency standards.
The federal government will NOT oversee implementation of CCSS - the U.S. Constitution gives individual states the right to oversee education. New Mexico will be in charge of testing to monitor student progress. You can get a more detailed explanation
of CCSS written for students, parents, teachers
and administrators here:
http://newmexicocommoncore.org Teachers began using NMCCSS concepts, curriculum and practices in the 2011-2012 school year. The 4-year phase-in implementation timeline covers:
Curriculum & Instruction/Instructional Materials,
Professional Development, and
Internal Leadership You can read the complete implementation plan here:
http://newmexicocommoncore.org/pages/view/22/transition-timeline/11/ Prepare students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in education and training after high school.
Ensure students are globally competitive by exposing them to educational standards that are used throughout the world.
Improve equity of experience and economic opportunity for all students by having consistent expectations for achievement. New Mexico Education
Common Core State Standards
(NMCCSS) Prepared by
April 2013 Thanks for learning about New Mexico Common Core
Please share this with anyone you feel might benefit from this information. Teachers will expand use of NMCCSS to an expected full implementation in the 2014-2015 school year. Clarify what is expected of parents, teachers, and students.
Collaboratively share resources across districts and among states, including expertise and best practices for developing new classroom materials, curriculum, teacher professional development and student exams. You can find more details here: