Policy experts on both sides of the aisle point to the Common Core State Standards or similar, college- and career-ready standards, as key drivers of higher Gross Domestic Product, lower unemployment, and reduced state budget deficits.”
Doug Rothwell, president & CEO of Business Leaders for Michigan, writes that “Michigan needs to set rigorous education standards and measure student achievement against them in a way that can be compared to their peers across the nation.
We have information, resources, and videos from state partners to help you learn about how Common Core is succeeding in your state.
Many states have an "Honesty Gap" between the information available to parents and how students are actually performing.
The Common Core State Standards are one of the most important issues dominating today’s education discussion. This site corrects the record.