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Topic: CCLS implementation timeline
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Evan Romer

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CCLS implementation timeline
Posted: May 16, 2011 9:05 PM
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Today SED released an updated timeline for implementation of CCLS. See
http://usny.nysed.gov/rttt/docs/ccsstimeline.pdf

I think this follows the timeline they gave us previously, but with
more detail, especially about when they expect to give us "exemplary
CCSS curriculum modules."

For next year (2011-12) they still have the same disconnect/ambiguity/
confusion in their expectations: the May/June tests are aligned with
the old (2005) standards, but teachers are recommended to teach at
least one unit aligned with CCLS each semester. Am I right in thinking
there's a disconnect there, or at least that SED is being very unclear?

SED is also providing us with some CCSS "implementation tools" at http://usny.nysed.gov/rttt/docs/ccresources.pdf
. (More to follow over the next few years, I'm sure.) I haven't looked
at these yet.

Note: these tools are for the national CCSS, not quite the same as
NY's CCLS, though they're almost the same.

Evan Romer
Susquehanna Valley HS
Conklin NY 13748
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