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  1. STANDARDS: A quick glance back in time

  2. Kate DeadrichLoney 1965 Elementary & secondary education actTitle I: Financial assistance for low income schoolsTitle ii: Library resources, textbooks, other instructional materialstitle iii: ed centers & servicestitle iv: research & trainingtitle v: grants to strengthen state departments of edtitle vi: general provisions

  3. T.H. Bell “Equity over Excellence” 1983 AKA: nationwide testing (but not federally mandated) We need a “renewed commitment to schools of high quality throughout the length and breadth of our land.” standardizedtestsstandardizedtestsstandardizedtestsstandardizedtestsstandardizedtestsstandardizedtestsstanda

  4. 1989Education Summit Charlottesville, VA Or at least everyone who is a governor… Everyone is welcome here…

  5. The time for planning is over. We must act! Bush Senior’s Opening Remarks 4-8

  6. Governor Clinton Remarks 19-22

  7. national education goals By the year 2000: 1. All children in America will start school ready to learn 2. The high school graduation rate will increase to at least 90 percent 3. American students will leave grades four, eight,and twelve having demonstrated competency in challenging subject matter including English, mathematics, science, history, and geography; and every school in America will ensure that all students learn to use their minds well, so they may be prepared for responsible citizenship, further learning, and productive employment in our modern economy

  8. National Education Goals 4. U. S. students will be first in the world in science and mathematics achievement 5. Every adult American will be literate and possess the knowledge and skills necessary to compete in a global economy and exercise the rights and responsibilities of citizenship 6. Every school in America will be free of drugs and violence and will offer a safe, disciplined environment conducive to learning

  9. If test scores are equal, educational opportunities should be equal too… Focusing on the child has created more gaps of inequality; we must focus on test scores in order to create equitable education opportunities

  10. State Lead 1994 GOALS 2000: Educate America Act Pres. Clinton $2 Billion Passed with Strong Bipartisan Support in Congress Standards-Based Reform

  11. High-Stakes Testing All students graduating from high school must pass state Regents exams in English, math, global history, U.S. history, and natural science 1996

  12. Opportunity to Learn [OTL]

  13. No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) (Three days after the inauguration in January 2001) President Bush_NCLB

  14. “These reforms express my deep belief in our public schools and their mission to build the mind and character of every child, from every background, in every part of America.” --President George W. Bush January 2001 NCLB By the year 2014, all students must be performing in reading, mathematics, and science at the “proficient” level; In each school, each year, student “adequate yearly progress” must increase at such a rate that 100% proficiency would be met by 2014; and The annual rate of progress applies not only to the aggregate student enrollment of a school, district, or state but also to “disaggregated” groups of students according to income, race, gender, English language ability, and special education status. …if any of the groups are below expected progress rates, the entire school is considered “failing” and in need of improvement to be realized through presidential sanctions

  15. “To promote informed education decision making through a set of easily accessible databases and user-friendly reports that provide education consumers with ongoing, high-quality reviews of the effectiveness of replicable educational interventions (programs, products, practices, and policies) that intend to improve student outcomes.” “Scientifically-Based Research” 4:31-8:10 Diane Ravitch_The Daily Show

  16. Arne Duncan on Daily Show 4.35 Billion Dollar competition to spur reform

  17. Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Maryland Massachusetts New York North Carolina Ohio Rhode Island Tennessee $100 million $75 million $700 million $400 million $75 million $250 million $250 million $700 million $400 million $400 million $75 million $500 million Virginia withdrew

  18. Published Online: September 13, 2011 Published in Print: September 14, 2011 Race to Top Winners Feel Heat on Evaluations Federal-grant recipients must live up to promises made in winning awards

  19. MISSION STATEMENT: The Common Core State Standards provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn, so teachers and parents know what they need to do to help them. The standards are designed to be robust and relevant to the real world, reflecting the knowledge and skills that our young people need for success in college and careers. With American students fully prepared for the future, our communities will be best positioned to compete successfully in the global economy.