The CCSS are not a national or state curriculum nor are they federally mandated. Standards do not tell teachers how to teach, but provide a kindergarten through 12th grade roadmap for what students should know and be able to demonstrate. It remains up to each local school district to design curriculum to help their students successfully achieve the standards. The CCSS are evidenced based, aligned with college and work expectations, and are informed by the highest standards across the country and globe. These standards were designed by a diverse group of educators, business leaders, and advocacy and policy stakeholders and have garnered support from state and national parent organizations.
The links below provide resources for educators, parents, and the public including a chronological outline of the States engagement and adoption process and communication and implementation tools.
For information on these academic standards and other content areas, please visit the NH College and Career Ready Standards homepage.
English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics Implementation
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|Leadership||Aligning Instructional Materials to the Standards|
|Teachers||Templates and Instructional Exemplars|
|English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects||Presentations on the Standards|
|Resource Page||Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium|
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