As many states transition to the new Common Core State Standards in Mathematics (CCSS-M), AMTE recognizes how important these new standards are to the work of mathematics teacher educators.
The AMTE CCSS-M Task Force is compiling information, resources, and links to help you become more familiar with the CCSS-M and better prepared to address these standards in our work with pre-service teachers and in professional development with in-service teachers at all grade levels.
Alphabet Soup—Your User’s Guide to all things Common Core!
Quick explanations of the many acronyms and terminology associated with the CCSS-M
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the Common Core
More detailed responses to some of the most commonly asked questions about the CCSS-M
Table of Links to Information and Reports A table organized by both topic and grade band with links to some of the most important documents and reports about the CCSS-M
An online CCSS Toolbox to support implementation of the mathematics standards.
Statement on Common Core assessment by CCSSO
Talking Points on CCSS-M
The members of the Mathematics Common Core Coalition (MCCC) developed a set of talking points about the CCSS-M document that you can use in your communications with interested stakeholders.
Statement on CCSS Math by CBMS Presidents
This is a recently released statement of support for the Common Core from the Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences.
CCSS-M Supporting Implementation Report
Written report from an NSF-funded project sponsored by North Carolina State University with recommendations for professional development to support implementation of the Common Core (CCSSM).
Mathematics Common Core Coalition
AMTE's statement on the formation of the Mathematics Common Core Coalition (MCCC) , providing expertise and advice on issues related to effective implementation and assessment of the CCSS.
Common Core State Standards Joint Statement
In collaborative effort, four major national mathematics education organizations - AMTE, NCTM, NCSM, ASSM - have issued a joint statement pledging their support in implementing the Common Core State Standards.