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Why California State Standards?

Adopted in California in August 2010, the K-12 CA State Standards were developed through a state-led effort to establish consistent and clear education standards for English language arts and mathematics.

California educators have joined a national movement to adopt common standards and assessments for English language arts and mathematics.  Currently, standards for what students should know and be able to do vary among states, as does the difficulty of the assessments used to determine whether students are meeting those standards.  CA State Standards allow for collaboration among states on best practices and professional development.

Common learning goals provide a clear vision of what educators and parents in all states should aim for.  These learning goals help ensure that students meet college and work expectations, are prepared to succeed in a global economy and society, and are provided with rigorous content and application of higher knowledge thinking.  Benchmarked against international standards, the California State Standards assist students in their preparation to complete the requirements for enrollment at a California public university.

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