|State||State standards in relation to the CCSS-M||Comments and Clarifications|
|Delaware||Same||Adopted CCSS for math - no changes.|
|District of Columbia||Same|| |
|Hawaii||Same||Officially called Hawaii Common Core Standards|
|Idaho||Similar||After 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.|
|Iowa||Similar||We 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.|
|Kansas||Similar||Kansas 15% added|
|Kentucky||Same||The 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.|
|Louisiana||Similar||Standards revision process occurred during 2015-2016.|
|Massachusetts||Similar||Standards were updated in 2017|
|Nebraska||Different||NE did not adopt CCSS-M but used the document during revision process in 2015 to create college and career ready standards for mathematics|
|New Hampshire||Same|| |
|New Jersey||Not reported|| |
|New Mexico||Same|| |
|New York||Similar||State has revised learning standards and will be first assessing new, non-CCSS-M standards beginning in 2021|
|North Carolina||Similar|| |
|North Dakota||Different|| |
|Ohio||Same||We refer to them as the Ohio Learning Standards|
|Oklahoma||Separate||CCSS was repealed in Oklahoma in 2014 and the state was directed not to utilize CCSS to inform the creation of new standards.|
|Rhode Island||Same|| |
|South Carolina||Not reported|| |
|South Dakota||Similar|| |
|Tennessee||Similar||New math standards have been adopted by the TN State Board of Education and will be implemented in the 2017-18 school year.|
|Utah||Similar||Utah has adapted the CCSS-M to make them state specific, they remain very close to the CCSS-M standards|
|West Virginia||Similar|| |
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.