Math curriculum written to CC State Standards

Pearson has announced enVisionMATH Common Core, a new print and digital curriculum program for students in kindergarten through grade 6.
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Pearson has announced enVisionMATH Common Core, a new print and digital curriculum program for students in kindergarten through grade 6. Written specifically to the new Common Core State Standards, the program will be available for the 2011-2012 school year.

enVisionMATH Common Core includes new content that directly addresses requirements of the Standards for Mathematical Content, while building on enVisionMATH’s foundational pillars of conceptual understanding through daily problem-based interactive learning and step-by-step visual learning.

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