Where are the resources for Common Core State Standards?

Many educators are struggling to find new curriculum resources as their districts and states move toward implementing Common Core State Standards. States such as Ohio and New York are providing curricula and resources to educators, while Kansas has compiled a bank of model lessons created by the state's teachers that is now being used by educators from across state lines. Other resources are being developed by subject-matter groups, while education publishers are supplementing or revising their programs.

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