College and K-12 Leaders in 7 States to Collaborate on Common Standards

September 23, 2011

College and school leaders in seven states have been chosen to work together in teams to ensure that the Common Core State Standards in mathematics and English are implemented in the most effective ways. The states -- Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts,
Missouri, Oregon, Tennessee and Wisconsin -- were chosen by the three groups that make up the College Readiness Partnership: the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, the Council of Chief State School Officers, and the State Higher Education Executive Officers. The partnership hopes that the strategies identified by the seven state groups will serve as models for other states.

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