Introduction to MVSD Special Education Resource Wiki-page. As of June 2013, the NH DOE website does not include information regarding implementing the CCSS for Special Education. Below you will find sites and documents some of which are from other states. Each state is allowed to add their own standards to the CCSS, but they are not allowed to eliminate anything. So understand that, as you explore these sites there may be some discrepancies between their state and ours. However, the vast majority of information is appropriate for implemention of CCSS in New Hampshire.

Common Core in Special ED This site is from the California, Orange Co Dept of Ed. It has tabs for implications, access, assessment, IEPs and instruction regarding Common Core and Special Ed

Calif. Common Core Resources for Special Education This page has resource ideas for accessibility and accommodations for assessments.


**__Application to Students With Disabilities__**Article - Students with disabilities ―students eligible under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

(IDEA)―must be challenged to excel within the general curriculum and be prepared for success in their
post-school lives, including college and/or careers. These common standards provide an historic
opportunity to improve access to rigorous academic content standards for students with disabilities. The
continued development of understanding about research-based instructional practices and a focus on their
effective implementation will help improve access to mathematics and English language arts (ELA)
standards for all students, including those with disabilities....etc (for more...)


The Special Edge This is a newsletter, The Special Edge,
from U of Minn. which has articles entitled, The Promise and Perils of Students with Disabilities, Assessment and the Common Core, Executive Function, etc.