I'm curious if teachers at the Foundational level (mod/sev, multiple disabilities) are aligning their teaching to the CCSS, like described in the book Aligning IEPs to the Common Core State Standards by Browder and Courtade-Little. Most all of the teachers in my district teach "life-skills", meaning money, cooking, basic math, sight words or functional words and task box type of vocational skills. They also do some sort of community instruction (mostly ordering food and bus training) at the high school level. Our district also has a Unique Curriculum subscription (which my students find very boring at the HS level). Just curious if you've had success teaching grade level content with adapted materials, and if so, do you have any suggestions on where to find materials.