Most schools in the United States are required to adopt NEW State Standards for Math
and English called Common Core (CCSS). The Common Core is a set of high-quality academic
standards in mathematics and English language arts/literacy (ELA). According to the
State Board of Education, these new standards will be more rigorous and in-depth
than previous state standards.
MathEdge understands how these new standards differ from previous standards. To ensure
students are prepared for the level of rigor and depth required by the CCSS, we have
developed a CCSS-aligned program designed to meet the diverse needs of all students.
Our Common Core program covers and surpasses the Common Core State Standards (CCSS),
local state standards, and most international standards.
Why learn Common Core from MathEdge?
MathEdge is a pioneer in teaching problem solving skills. For what Common Core promotes
now, MathEdge has been teaching that for over a decade.
Our approach is based on rigorous content and application of knowledge through higher-order
thinking and reflects the skills students will need to make sense of problems and
persevere in solving them, to reason abstractly and quantitatively, to construct
viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others, to attend to precision, to
look for and make use of structure, and to look for and express regularity in repeated
Each student can pace himself/herself under expert guidance and is encouraged to
advance to his/her full potential.
Techniques learnt from MathEdge guarantee a measurable difference not just in academic
progress but also improve confidence, motivation, and concentration levels that will
help build a solid foundation for lifelong learning.
This program is a collection of practice materials aligned to the Common Core English
Language Arts State Standards for each grade level in the areas of reading, writing,
speaking, listening, and language. It is designed to be more rigorous and allow for
students to justify their thinking. Also included are skill assessments.
As described in the Common Core State Standards, students who master the standards
as they advance through the grades will exhibit the following capabilities:
1. They demonstrate independence.
2. They build strong content knowledge.
3. They respond to the varying demands of audience, task, purpose, and discipline.
4. They comprehend as well as critique.
5. They value evidence.
6. They use technology and digital media strategically and capably.
7. They come to understand other perspectives and cultures.