Hello Sylvia, in a nutshell and others might add, it's an alignment of standards being taught from state to state so that when a kid moves from California to Idaho for example, he should expect to be exposed to the standards covered in that grade level. Further, there's a wealth of resource here under "Topics" on the left side of the margin, click on "common core" and you'll see at least 400 questions related to this alone.
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