Chaffee, Martin; Gulle, Kristine
October 2013
Principal Leadership;Oct2013, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p24
This article reveals what U.S. secondary school educators think about the Common Core State Standards when they were asked about it at a district professional development session in October 2012. The replies of these educators to the query include "It requires higher-order thinking," "The Common Core starts in 2015," and "It has nothing to do with social studies and science." The article also discusses how principals can build ownership and support for the Common Core among staff members.


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