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Next Generation Learning Standards

New York State Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards Crosswalks

The crosswalk documents are a reference tool for educators and parents to efficiently compare the changes between the 2011 New York State P-12 Common Core Learning Standards for Mathematics and the 2017 Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards.  The crosswalks can assist educators in the preliminary work required in assessing the scope of the content changes and the impact those changes will have on student learning, locally devised curriculum, instruction and instructional resources. While the crosswalks are valuable as a reference, they do not substitute for a deeper, more comprehensive understanding of the New York State Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards.  

The Grade-level Crosswalk uses the full text (no diagrams or charts) of both sets of standards so that readers can review and compare the two sets side-by-side.  Strike-through and bolded text can be seen throughout in order to highlight content differences and wording modifications between the two sets of standards. 

The Grade-level Snapshot provides a condensed one-page summary that lists standards that were added to the grade/course, standards that were moved, and any instructional considerations that need to be highlighted based on new standard clarifications or language modification.

Crosswalk and Snapshot Documents: