Teaching and Learning
Common Core State Standards (CCSS)
Common Core State Standards - Transition/Timelines
Common Core State Standards - Transition/Timelines
Common Core State Standards
English Language Arts & Literacy Standards
Moving to common standards in two content areas and replacing the statewide assessment in these subjects represents a major change for Oregon. Representatives from each level of the educational enterprise will need to provide input to build a solid implementation blueprint. Work is underway to help ensure Oregon’s educational enterprise is truly unified in the implementation of the Common Core State Standards.
State-level Implementation Timeline
06/21/2011 (250.88 KB)
This State-level CCSS Implementation Timeline was developed based on the draft timeline presented to the State Board of Education in October 2010 and incorporates feedback from the Steering Committee, the Stewardship Team, and ODE staff. This timeline will provide guidance for ODE work and allow districts to understand what support and resources will be provided. Details included will be re-evaluated and refined based upon on-going input from the field and other developments.
Oregon Education Initiatives & Transition Timeline
10/12/2011 (160.07 KB)
This document displays the timeline of four Oregon Education Initiatives and their relationship to each other: the Oregon Diploma, the Essential Skills, content standards, and statewide assessment.
CCSS District Implementation Timeline Template
07/18/2011 (115 KB)
This document is a tool for districts as they plan for implementation of the Common Core State Standards. The template includes suggestions for actions districts may want to include in their implementation planning.
CCSS District Implementation Timeline Blank Template
07/18/2011 (115.50 KB)
This document is a tool for districts as they plan for implementation of the Common Core State Standards. The template is blank to allow for districts to create their own actions and steps to include in their implementation planning.
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01/18/2012 (81.50 KB)
David Douglas SD
04/12/2012 (144.50 KB)
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Parkrose SD (Mathematics)
01/17/2012 (19.88 KB)
CCSS Transition Implementation Plan
05/11/2011 (370.30 KB)
This document represents a first look at efforts underway to plan for implementation. The plan details the structure for a Steering Committee, a statewide Stewardship Team, and some of the actions that will be necessary to ensure an effective implementation.
DRAFT Transition Plan of the Common Core State Standards
11/08/2010 (94 KB)
This draft timeline was presented to the State Board of Education prior to their adoption of the Common Core State Standards. There is much work still to be done, but this document represents a first look at efforts underway to plan for implementation. The plan includes potential timeframes for transitioning to the new standards and some of the actions that will be necessary to ensure an effective implementation.
Getting Ready for National Standards (Doug Reeves)
In this ASCD article, Dr. Doug Reeves of the Leaderhsip and Learning Center offers suggestions for teachers as they prepare to transistion to the Common Core.
A District's Approach to Implementing the CCSS
02/07/2011 (134.64 KB)
Albuquerque Public Schools received funding from the Gates Foundation to develop strategies and tools to support the effective mplementation of the CCSS. This PowerPoint highlights the district’s plans, actions to date, and ideas others can use in planning for CCSS implementation.
CCSS: Planning for Effective Implementation Symposium
On February 8-9, 2011 educators from Oregon and around the Northwest met in Portland for a two day symposium presented by Education Northwest and the Northwest Regional Comprehensive Center to engage in a needed discussion around transition to and implementation of the Common Core.
State Progress on CCSS Implementation
01/06/2011 (338.91 KB)
To learn more about states’ progress and plans for implementing the common core state standards, the Center on Education Policy (CEP) surveyed state deputy superintendents of education or their designees in October and November of 2010.
Blueprint: Implementing the Common Core Standards
07/14/2010 (702.69 KB)
Savvy policymakers understand that adoption of standards is merely the first step in designing an education system. This issue of Blueprint offers an overview of the types of analyses that state leaders will need to undertake to ensure successful implementation of the CCSS.
On the Road to Implementation Achieving the Promise of the CCSS
02/03/2011 (379.83 KB)
This guide from Achieve seeks to identify the key areas that state policymakers will need to consider to implement the new standards with fidelity. It is meant to be the starting point from which state and district leaders and their allies can organize and begin the necessary discussions around key topics to successfully implement the standards.
Now What? Imperatives & Options for Common Core Implementation and Governance
Charting the future of the Common Core (and the forthcoming assessments) is inseparable from some fundamental decisions about how our K-12 education system will be organized and governed. After examining the many tasks that must be successfully undertaken if the Common Core standards are themselves to succeed, this paper lays out three different governance models.
Implementing the CCSS: An Action Agenda for Higher Education
01/26/2011 (475.16 KB)
States need a careful and thoughtful plan for implementing the CCSS, including the development of integrated and aligned K–12 and postsecondary policies and practices.This issue brief describes key areas that will require active participation from higher education leaders and faculty from a broad array of disciplines.
English Language Arts Crosswalk
The Crosswalk between the ELA Common Core State Standards and Oregon’s standards (2003) provides a comparison, indicates gaps, lists possible implications for implementation (to be completed during site-specific planning), and notes differences in organization.
This crosswalk document identifies matches between individual Common Core standards with Oregon standards in mathematics and includes rater comments that highlight the similarities and differences between the standards. This information is indexed by Oregon and by Common Core standards so that teachers and administrators can begin cross-referencing materials and activities to the CCSSM.
Teaching & Learning Team - Ed. Specialist, Science/Title II-B Mathematics and Science Partnerships
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