The Intersection

“New standards changing the way NY students learn”

October 25, 2012

According to a recent Associated Press article featured in the Wall Street Journal, “about a quarter of all New York students entering college” are required to take remedial courses because they are not “where they should be after high school.” New York is working to help more children succeed by implementing new academic standards that are poised to change the way students learn and how teachers’ teach.  New York’s Common Core implementation efforts include educators creating new curriculum that focuses on higher analytical skills, rigorous assessments, and professional learning for teachers.

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