College and Career Ready Standards (CCRS) are rigorous academic standards that build from kindergarten through 12th grade to support students’ preparation and success upon graduation from high school. There are many factors that directly contribute to a students’ academic success. You will find resources for teachers and families to support both a students’ academic growth and their social, emotional and behavioral well-being.The resources provided here serve as an example of the Department of Education’s ongoing commitment to ensuring that states, local school districts, schools, and families have the most current and relevant information about practices that will improve and enhance educational opportunities for students with disabilities throughout the nation.
College and Career Ready Standards (CCRS) are rigorous academic standards that build from kindergarten through 12th grade to support students’ preparation and success upon graduation from high school. There are many factors that directly contribute to a student’s academic success.
In order to be successful and meet college and career standards (CCRS), students need support from their families and teachers who work collaboratively to meet both their instructional as well as their social, emotional, and behavioral needs. In addition, the context in which they are learning and developing is important, so creating a school climate where a student can feel engaged and connected is critical.
College and Career Ready Standards, or CCRS, lay out the knowledge and skills students must have from kindergarten through twelfth grade. The CCRS set high expectations for students and build on previous years’ knowledge and skills. CCRS are designed to prepare students for college and careers after high-school graduation. You can support your child’s academic success by learning more about CCRS, even if your child has a disability that makes learning challenging.
Your child’s engagement in school, and his or her social, emotional and behavioral learning play an important role in educational success. Explore these links for family resources to support your child’s engagement, growth, and transition to postsecondary education and employment.
Teachers and parents may find these additional resources useful as they partner to support students in achieving college and career standards (CCRS).