Ten Things School Leaders Need to Do to Implement the CCSS

Major changes lie ahead as the Common Core State Standards become practice. With the implementation of the CCSS, priorities are shifting. Teacher leaders and administrative leaders will need to examine how curriculum is developed, how it is implemented, and what resources are being used. Sue Beers outlines 10 things that school leaders need to be aware of as they move toward implementing the Common Core and introduces a variety of resources for educational leaders.

Resource Type: Webinar

Channel: Common Core

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