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UIC student and CMHS alum shares love of engineering with girls as member of Society of Women Engineers


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UIC Electrical and Computer Engineering student and CMHS alumnus ('13) Stephanie Sagun (right) is excited to introduce engineering to female elementary students during the "Mom, Me, and SWE" event on Nov. 12 at University of Illinois at Chicago.

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New Illinois Learning Standards
The Illinois State Board of Education has adopted new Math and English Language Arts standards for K-12 education known as the New Illinois State Learning Standards Incorporating the Common Core. The goal is to better prepare Illinois students for success in college and the workforce in a competitive global economy.

Why new standards?
    • Our expectations for what students must know and be able to demonstrate were different in 1997 when Illinois adopted the current standards.
    • The new standards aim to provide clear, consistent academic benchmarks with “fewer, clearer and higher” academic standards for essential learning and skills. The standards were developed while considering the standards of top performing countries and the strengths of current state standards.
    • The 2010 state standards provide benchmarks for academic progress (skills and knowledge) that students should have at the conclusion of each grade level. This will allow teachers to establish the best approach to help their students meet those standards.
    • Students and parents will clearly understand the knowledge students are expected to attain each year.

    Adobe PDF New Illinois Learning Standards for English Language Arts

    Adobe PDF New Illinois Learning Standards for Mathematics



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