Action Steps for the Common Core

March 2013
District Administration;Mar2013, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p18
The article discusses the implementation of Common Core Standards in U.S. schools in 2013. It mentions that principals' leadership and ability to communicate with teachers, staff and parents are important to the adoption of standards. According to the author, a series of action briefs on the role of school leaders in meeting the standards will be launched by several nonprofit groups including the National Association of Secondary Schools Principals (NASSP).


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