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I agree with danaidh, CC is the most reasonable set of standards we've seen in a long time. A small number of standards that are vertically and horizontally aligned (that has previously been the...
Take a look at the PARCC practice tests on the Pearson website. If you know anything about elementary students, you will recognize that these are not developmentally appropriate.