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Preparing for the Future: What Common Core Standards Mean for College and Career Readiness

School leaders today realize that digital learning is becoming more of a necessity.
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School leaders today realize that digital learning is becoming more of a necessity. Low graduation rates and the need to improve academic outcomes, the requirements of Common Core standards and assessments, and student goals for college and career readiness are driving schools to use technology to help solve problems. We believe there are several key components where Common Core standards and the changes they will require can have a positive impact on how we prepare our students for success in higher education and in the future workforce.

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