With all the news about the Common Core States Standards, sometimes it is hard to figure out what is happening in the state that you teach in. The chart below shows the adoption of the Common Core Standards by State.
Still need a little more clarity? Here is a breakdown of states that have adopted, partially adopted, repealed, are still under review and non members of the Common Core Standards.
States that have formally adopted the Common Core State Standards:
Alabama: Although the state school board to rescind the states adoption, their state standards are still in line with the Common Core State Standards
District of Columbia
Kansas: Attempted to defund Common Core in May of 2013. The legislation passed the state Senate but could not pass in the State House.
New York: New York’s plan to fully adopt Common Core does not go into effect until 2020
States that Partially Adopted the Common Core State Initiative:
Minnesota: Adopted the English standards only. They rejected the common core math standards
States are are non-members of the Common Core State Standards:
States that have repealed the Common Core State Standards:
Arizona: The Arizona State School Board repealed Common Core on October 26, 2015.
Indiana: Formally withdrew from the Common Core State Initiative in March of 2014, although they have retained many of the standards.
Oklahoma: Legislation passed ending Common Core in June of 2017
South Carolina: A bill was passed to repeal the Common Core Standards before the 2015-2016 school year
States where the Common Core State Standards is still under review:
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