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Achieve/PARCC: Common Core Implementation Workbook


Fulling the Promise of the Common Core State Standards, ASCD, downloadable pdf


Alber, R.  (2014).  Teaching students not standards. Edutopia 


Fowler-Amato, M., LeeKeenan, K., Warrington, A.; Nash, B. L, ; Brady, R. B., Dávila, D., & Maloch, B. (2019). Working toward a socially just future in the ELA methods class. Journal of Literacy Research, 51(2), 158-176.


Freeman, M. (2015). The Common Core Has Not Killed Literature. The Atlantic 


Gewertz, C  (2014).  Boasts about textbook alignment  with the Common Core largely a sham, researchers find.  Education Week.


Grindon, K. (2014). Advocacy at the core: Inquiry and empowerment in the time of Common Core State Standards. Language Arts, 91(4), 251-266.


Hacker, A., & Dreifus, C.  (2013).  Who's minding the schools.  The New York Times (discussion of the pros and cons of the CCSS implementation.


Harris, R.  (2012).  A librarian's tricks for finding those "complex texts" cited in the Common Core. School Library Journal


Hinchman, K. A. & Sheridan-Thomas, H. K. (Eds.). (2022). Best practices in adolescent literacy instruction Third Edition. Guilford.


Hodge, E. M., . Benko, S. L., &  Salloum, S. J. (2020). Tracing states’ messages about Common Core instruction: An analysis of English/Language Arts and close reading resources. Teachers College Record, 122(3).


Hollander, C.  (2013).  No learning without feeling.  The New York Times (critique of the lack of attention to emotions in responding to literature in the CCSS)  


Jackson, D. (2020). Relationship building in a black space: Partnering in solidarity. Journal of Literacy Research, 52(4),432-455.


Johnson, B. (2013). Teaching students to dig deeper: The Common Core in action.  New York: Routledge 


Lee, J., & Wu, Y. (2017). Is the Common Core racing America to the top? Tracking changes in state standards, school practices, and student achievement. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 25(35).  


Malu, K. F., & Schaefer, M. B. (2015). Research on teaching and learning with the literacies of young adolescents. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.


Marlatt, R. & Barnes, M. E. (2021). “The voice lies within them”: Teacher candidates' conceptions of literacy and social justice pedagogy. Journal of Language & Literacy Education, 17(1).


Matusov, E., & Marjanovic-Shane, A. (2016). Radical proposal for educational pluralism and the state’s educational neutrality policy. Dialogic Pedagogy: An International Online Journal, 4


Maxwell, L.  (2012).  ELLs are the focus of teacher-led projects on CCSS.   Education Week.


McKnight, K. S. (2014). Common Core literacy for ELA, history/social studies, and the humanities: Strategies to deepen content knowledge (Grades 6-12). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.


NCLE: Remodeling Literacy Learning Together: Paths to Standards Implementation


Neville, M. L. (2020). “I know you don't live in Detroit, right?” An Attempt at Racial Literacy in English Education. English Education, 52(4), 372-381.


Newkirk, T. (2016). Unbalanced literacy: Reflections on the Common Core. Language Arts 


Parker, K. N. (2020). Students and teachers: Inquiring together. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 64(1), 94-97.


Pytash, K. E., & Hylton, R. C. (2021). Developing English language arts teacher candidates' social perspective taking. English Education, 54(1), 27-53.


Pearson, P. D., & Hiebert, E. H. (Eds.). (2015). Research-based practices for teaching Common Core literacy. New York: Teachers College Press.


Richards, J. C., & Zenkov, K. (Eds.). (2016). Social justice, the Common Core, and closing the instructional gap: Empowering diverse learners and their teachers. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.


Rothman, R.  (2011).  Something in Common: The Common Core Standards and the next chapter in American education.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.


Schneider, M. K. (2015). Common Core dilemma: Who owns our schools? New York: Teachers College Press.


Tampio, N. (2018). Common Core National Education standards and the threat to democracy. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.


Tucker, C. (2014). Collaborize teachers guide, ELA Grades 9-12, Common Core ready.  Collaborize Classroom


Vetter, A., Schieble, M., & Kahdeidra Monét, M. (2021). Critical talk moves in critical conversations: Examining power and privilege in an English Language Arts classroom English in Education, 55(4), 313-336.


Wang, Y. (2017). The social networks and paradoxes of the opt-out movement amid the Common Core State Standards implementation: The case of New York. Education Policy Analysis Archives25(34)


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Yaylali, A. (2022). The representation of the Common Core State Standards in the U.S. media. Journal of Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, 28, 96-112.





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