Most Black Students fail their state’s Common Core Assessment Exam (see below.) DON’T BE THAT FAMILY. Join the National College Center and make certain your student is not identified as ‘failing standards.’
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS/LITERACY (Black or African American)
READING: How well do Black Students understand stories and information that they read?
WRITING: How well do Black Students communicate in writing?
LISTENING: How well do Black Students understand spoken information?
RESEARCH/INQUIRY: How well can Black Students find and present information about a topic?
MATHEMATICS (Black or African American)
CONCEPTS & PROCEDURES: How well do Black Students use mathematical rules and ideas?
PROBLEM-SOLVING AND MODELING & DATA ANALYSIS: How well can Black Students show and apply their problem-solving skills?
COMMUNICATING REASONING: How well can Black Students think logically and express their thoughts in order to solve a problem?
Understanding Common Core Assessments
Common Core presents many problems for Black Students. States, Districts, schools, and teachers all interpret what ‘Common Core’ means differently.
The fact is that the only thing common about ‘Common Core’ is the variety of subjective ways the Standard is taught and graded.
Black Parents must know what the Common Core Standards are by reading and understanding the Common Core Standards Initiative.
The National College Center will test your child against your state’s Common Core Assessment Exam. Our Black Parents KNOW how their teacher is implementing the Common Core Standard in the classroom. How your child is doing in class is important, but not as important as how they are doing relative to the Common Core Standard.
Districts use your Black Student’s Common Core Score to determine eligibility for Gifted And Talented Education (GATE) programs, and advanced classes in English, Math, and Science.
Common Core Standard awareness puts the Black Parent in a position of power during parent/teacher interactions. Let NCC make sure your Black Student keeping up with the Standards, and not being held back by their class.
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