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Every Child Every School Every Community. College and Career Ready. Common Core State Standards. Indiana’s College and Career Ready Standards. Why?. We care about our kids. New beginning for our kids. They move on with their lives.

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common core state standards

Every Child

Every School

Every Community

College and Career Ready

Common Core State Standards

Indiana’s College and

Career Ready Standards

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Why?

  • We care about our kids
  • New beginning for our kids
  • They move on with their lives
  • They can obtain successful livelihoods in jobs, apprenticeships, military
  • So they can go on to college
  • They begin their lives as adults
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But in reality.....

What does that pretty little

piece of paper mean?

Not Much….

  • Varies from state to state
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What should it mean?

College and Career Readiness

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30% of high school graduates who take the Armed Forces Qualification Test do not pass it.

http://d15h7vkr8e4okv.cloudfront.net/NATEE1109.pdf

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For students going to

Indiana community colleges:

$35 Million is spent on remediation.

Of those students receiving remediation,

fewer than 25% will earn any degree.

Approximately $27 million

http://www.in.gov/che/files/CCA_Smarter_Choices_Faster_Completion_Summary.pdf and http://www.in.gov/che/files/Dashboard_13009.pdf

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In Indiana, the lack of College and Career Readiness has led to a skills gap.

2.4 unfilled STEM jobs for every unemployed Hoosier.

http://www.courierpress.com/news/2013/aug/28/no-headline--workforce/?print=1

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In 2012, 54% of jobs in Indiana were classified as “middle-skill.”

LPN

Electrician

Welders

Truck Drivers

Only 47% of Hoosiers have the skills and credentials for these positions.

13% of these jobs will remain unfilled.

http://www.nationalskillscoalition.org/assets/reports-/2013-09_indianas-forgotten.pdf

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5% of all jobs in Indiana are unfilled because of a lack of qualified workers to fill them.

Nationally, it is 9%.

Bureau of labor statistics

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Another inherent problem with current standards

Mobility

  • 15-20% of American school children move in any given year.
  • Students living below the poverty line are twice as likely to move as those living above it.
  • In 2012 16% of high school students in Indiana, roughly 1 in 6, switched high schools during the course of the school year.

http://www.doe.in.gov/sites/default/files/accountability/2012-mobility-report-school.xlsx

http://www.edweek.org/ew/issues/student-mobility/

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Mobility (continued)

  • 1 in 6 third graders has attended 3 or more schools.
  • These children receive very little protection
  • under No Child Left Behind.
  • Military students typically attend 6-9 schools
  • between Kindergarten and 12thgrade.

http://www.stcloudstate.edu/tpi/initiative/documents/preparation/School%20Mobility%20and%20Student%20Achievement%20in%20an%20Urban%20Setting.pdf

http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d1140.pdf

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http://hechingerreport.org/content/interactive-academic-standards-are-all-over-the-map_3020http://hechingerreport.org/content/interactive-academic-standards-are-all-over-the-map_3020

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4 year state colleges

Community colleges

Dept. of Defense

Chambers of Commerce

Industry

Skilled labor

Certification programs

Formal apprenticeship programs

Businesses who hire workers out of high school

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What do you expect a high school graduate to know and be able to do on the day they graduate?

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12th

11th

7th

3rd

K

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The Standards

Previous

Indiana CCR

Taught how to do things

Critical Thinking skills

Why it works

Taught students to memorize

How to Problem Solve

Analyze

Where

Synthesize

When

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Examples in Math

6 + 8 = 14 = 10 + 4

19 x 19 = 20 x 20 - 20 - 19

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LCM

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http://www.nctm.org/uploadedFiles/Lessons_and_Resources/figurethis/learning_math.pdf

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We are graduating students from high school that can add fractions, but have no understanding about what a fraction is.

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/everybody-is-stupid-except-you/201211/us-math-achievement-how-bad-is-it

http://statlit.org/pdf/2009CarnegieFoundation-Developmental-Math-CC-Students-Understand.pdf

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Math Cross walk

IAS 2014

IAS 2000

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80% of all adult reading is devoted to expository or nonfiction text.

http://www.learninga-z.com/commoncore/informational-text.html

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For more information contact:Lee Ann J. Kendrick, M.Ed.Regional Advocacy Specialist571-329-9365lkendrick@pta.orgPTA.org