2013-14 Common Core State Standards Tennessee Implementation Plan. The transition to Common Core Standards is central to strengthening Tennessee’s competitiveness. 21 % of adults in TN have a college degree. Tennessee’s Competitiveness.
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21% of adults in TN have a college degree
TN ranks 46thin 4th grade math and 41st in 4th grade reading nationally
54% of new jobs will require post-secondary education
16% of high school seniors in TN are college ready
Source: “Projections of Jobs and Education Requirements Through 2018” (The Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce), 2011 NCES NAEP data, ACT
We will place significant focus on involvement of school and district leaders throughout Common Core implementation.
Without committed leadership, especially at the building level, we believe our preparation will be significantly compromised.
Narrow the support for school leadersofficial assessmentsAssessment Transition Approach
Expand no-stakes assessments reflecting PARCC