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Teacher Information Center - Standards

Standards refer to documents and practices that govern what is taught in schools and what is expected from students and teachers.

The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics has a set of standards for math education, as do most states and many types of organizations.

 Math Standards

NCTM Standards - In preparation for the year 2000 and beyond, the, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics has created all new standards for the teaching of mathematics. This document represents years of work by a dedicated community of teachers, researchers and other education professionals. You can get online versions or purchase a copy here.

Developing Educational Standards - Math An annotated list of Internet sites with K-12 math educational standards and math curriculum frameworks documents (Putnam Valley Schools, NY)

Implementing Math Standards - Case studies from real teachers about implementing standards. (NCREL)

ExplorAsource.com - Streamlines the search for learning products and education standards.


ExplorAsource.com is a free service that helps you find resources and education standards that address your student's learning needs.

Find books, web sites, software, video tapes, audio cassettes and other learning materials from the leading education publishers and content providers. The large collection of standards documents includes national, state and local standards documents from around the United States.

  
 
 
  

 
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