Resources for Administrators


Overview


District superintendents, district staff and school administrators are often the first point of contact for teachers, families and students regarding information as it relates to the school or school district. These leaders are also essential to student success as they guide implementation of standards through curriculum and instruction.

The resources on this site provide administrators with a set of high quality tools that can help them better communicate about new standards and assessments and assist with implementation in their schools.

    Resources

    1. The National School Boards Association (NSBA) web page on academic standards provides talking points and resources about academic standards and the Common Core for local school board members. The NSBA issued on Issue Brief about the Common Core State Standards and Assessments in February 2014.
    2. The National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) Common Core State Standards web page provides resources to help state boards of education think about how state board policy can help educators and administrators prepare for college and careers.
    3. Achieve the Core: Free, high-quality leadership tools compiled by Student Achievement Partners for implementation of new standards in English language arts and math in a school or district.
    4. National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) Common Core Resources: NASSP has compiled a number of resources to help school leaders as they work on implementation of the Common Core standards.
    5. National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) Common Core Tools: NAESP has compiled a number of resources to help elementary school principals implement the Common Core standards.
    6. Common Core Implementation Tools and Resources: The Council of Chief State School Officers developed this list of free tools and resources to support state education agencies, districts, and educators during the process of implementing the Common Core standards. The National School Boards Association (NSBA) web page on academic standards provides talking points and resources about academic standards and the Common Core for local school board members. The NSBA issued on Issue Brief about the Common Core State Standards and Assessments in February 2014.

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