PARCC's Frameworks: Their Role in Curriculum Modules and Regents Exams ( UPDATE Posted 7/9/13 )
Although the Board of Regents has not yet determined if New York State will administer PARCC assessments when they are available beginning in the 2014-15 school year, the PARCC Model Content Frameworks at http:///parcc-model-content-frameworks are firmly rooted in the Common Core Learning Standards and college/career readiness. Therefore, all curricular and professional development resources produced by the State Education Department will follow these Frameworks, as will State assessments beginning with the 2013-14 school year. For more information on the role of the Frameworks please go to http:///assessment/math/ccmath/ ( 56 MB)
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