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Document Number: 9446

The Common Core State Standards: Implications for Higher Education in the West - The only western states that have not formally adopted the Common Core State Standards are Alaska, Montana, and North Dakota. Additionally, Washington has provisionally adopted the standards. This unprecedented movement toward common academic standards in K-12 creates important challenges and implications for higher education. As the standards are implemented in states, higher education leaders need to be engaged in the discussions and policy changes that will result. (WICHE, June 2011)...


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