Over the next few years, Arizona and more than 40 other states across the country will transition to a new set of learning standards, called Arizona’s College and Career Ready Standards.
These Standards provide a clear picture of what students need to learn each year in order to graduate from high school ready to succeed in college and careers. This page is designed to support you as schools continue to transition to Arizona’s College and Career Ready Standards.
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Expect More Arizona – Academic Milestones (English and Spanish)
These documents provide a high level overview of the key academic skills children will learn in each grade, based on Arizona’s College and Career Ready State Standards. The resource also includes activities that parents can do at home with their children. Available in English and Spanish.
Parents’ Guide to Student Success (English and Spanish)
These guides were created to help parents understand the key concepts in each grade that their children will be learning as the College and Career Ready Standards are implemented. Available in English and Spanish for grades K-high school.
What Do Parents Need To Know? (English) – published by Education Northwest, March 2011
A critical component of a student’s success in school is dependent on what and how they learn at home. Check out Shifts for Students and Parents, which is a practical guide with steps that parents can take to improve their child’s learning of the College and Career Ready State Standards. (engageNY 05/23/2012)
Council of Great City Schools – Parent Roadmaps to the College and Career Ready State Standards (English and Spanish)
These road maps offer guidance to parents about what their children will be learning and how they can support that learning, in grades K-8. The Parent Roadmaps provide the focus areas for each grade level in mathematics, reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
- English Language Arts
- Guía para los padres- en artes del lenguaje en inglés
- Guía para los padres- matemáticas