StateState standards in relation to the CCSS-MComments and Clarifications
AlabamaSimilar 
AlaskaSimilar 
ArizonaDifferent 
ArkansasSimilar 
CaliforniaSimilar 
ColoradoSimilar 
ConnecticutSame 
DelawareSameAdopted CCSS for math - no changes.
District of ColumbiaSame 
FloridaSimilar 
GeorgiaSimilar 
HawaiiSameOfficially called Hawaii Common Core Standards
IdahoSimilarAfter a statewide review of the mathematics standards, there were two minor revisions; the first to add a footnote referencing a table found later in the document and the second was to remove redundancy of language.
IllinoisSame 
IndianaSimilar 
IowaSimilarWe call them the Iowa Core Standards in Mathematics or Iowa's Academic Mathematics Standards. We have integrated 10 Iowa-specific standards into the CCSS-M.
KansasSimilarKansas 15% added
KentuckySameThe current state standards are in a state review process, but no changes as of July 2018. Senate Bill 1 (2017) calls for the Kentucky Department of Education to implement a process for reviewing all academic standards and aligned assessments beginning in the 2017-18 school year. The bill calls for one or two content areas to be reviewed each year and every six years thereafter on a rotating basis. The rotation schedule began during the summer of 2017 by soliciting feedback on English language arts, mathematics, and health/physical education standards.
LouisianaSimilarStandards revision process occurred during 2015-2016.
MaineSame 
MarylandSimilar 
MassachusettsSimilarStandards were updated in 2017
MichiganSameNamed differently
MinnesotaSeparate 
MississippiSimilar 
MissouriDifferent 
MontanaSimilar 
NebraskaDifferentNE did not adopt CCSS-M but used the document during revision process in 2015 to create college and career ready standards for mathematics
NevadaSame 
New HampshireSame 
New JerseyNot reported 
New MexicoSame 
New YorkSimilarState has revised learning standards and will be first assessing new, non-CCSS-M standards beginning in 2021
North CarolinaSimilar 
North DakotaDifferent 
OhioSameWe refer to them as the Ohio Learning Standards
OklahomaSeparateCCSS was repealed in Oklahoma in 2014 and the state was directed not to utilize CCSS to inform the creation of new standards.
OregonSame 
PennsylvaniaSimilar 
Rhode IslandSame 
South CarolinaNot reported 
South DakotaSimilar 
TennesseeSimilarNew math standards have been adopted by the TN State Board of Education and will be implemented in the 2017-18 school year.
TexasSeparate 
UtahSimilarUtah has adapted the CCSS-M to make them state specific, they remain very close to the CCSS-M standards
VermontSame 
VirginiaDifferent 
WashingtonSame 
West VirginiaSimilar 
WisconsinSame 
WyomingSimilar

Define:

Survey question: What is your state’s official position regarding the state-adopted K-12 content standards in mathematics and their relationship to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics?

"State standards are the same as the CCSS-M (no revisions, additions, or deletions)"

State standards are similar to the CSSS-M with minor revisions, additions or deletions.

State standards are different from the CCSS-M with major revisions, additions or deletions.

State standards were developed separately from CCSS-M.