Horizontal and Vertical Articulation of Standards?

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The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics or NCTM aims to provide educators with the framework to articulate mathematical experience from kindergarten through high school. The NCTM Standards, emphasize problem solving and the connection between mathematics and other disciplines, will also be used to stimulate the aligning of mathematics. By applying these methods in both horizontal and vertical ways, the articulation of these standards will be applied evenly and thoroughly throughout the students school years.
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