South Dakota Elementary Curriculum and Test Reviews
CCSS / SBAC / NGSS / DSTEP
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Available South Dakota Curriculum and Test Reviews
3rd Grade SBAC3rd Grade ELA (CCSS)
3rd Grade Math (CCSS)
4th Grade SBAC4th Grade ELA (CCSS)
4th Grade Math (CCSS)
NAEP Grade 4 Reading
NAEP Grade 4 Mathematics
5th Grade SBAC5th Grade ELA (CCSS)
5th Grade Math (CCSS)
OtherElementary School Writing
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