The Collaborative will work with Chicago Public Schools to improve elementary math education throughout the district.
Common Core Standards
As Common Core State Standards and PreK–12 alignment shape school reform, high-quality PreK–3rd should be viewed as a critical first link in the full educational continuum.
Join teachers, administrators, and education leaders for High-Quality PreK–3rd in the Age of Common Core, a dialogue on the tensions and challenges involved in developing an ambitious and responsive vision for teaching and learning in PreK–3rd grade. As registration has
In the latest news coverage of the Common Core standards, Education Week examined their implications for early childhood education. Both Samuel Meisels and Gillian McNamee share their perspectives on the issue in this article. Read it here »
Jaclyn Zubrzycki interviewed Samuel Meisels and Gillian McNamee for an Education Week story about the Common Core standards’ implications for early childhood education.
President Samuel J. Meisels The Common Core State Standards seek to provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn in kindergarten through 12th grade classrooms. President Samuel J. Meisels, however, argues in a guest blog post
Valerie Strauss published Samuel Meisels’ guest blog post on the Common Core Standards in the Washington Post.
Professor Gillian McNamee Professor Gillian McNamee presented as part of a panel discussion of the Common Core State Standards at the 2011 Chicago Public Schools Policy Forum Series. Michael Cohen, president of Achieve, and Noemi Donoso, chief education officer of
President Samuel J. Meisels President Samuel J. Meisels and Professor Gillian McNamee are among the education leaders presenting at the 2011 Chicago School Policy Forum Series. Over the course of the series, speakers will discuss the new Common Core State
Catherine Gewertz interviewed Sam Meisels and Barbara Bowman for an Education Week article about the new K–12 common standards.