I am just curious...Would anyone be willing to tell me 1. How many frameworks they are required to teach? 2. The one framework that makes yoougo "huh"? For me, I have : Language Arts-124 Math-51 Science-48 Social Studies-48 P.E.-30 (even though we have a p.e. teacher, we are responsible for for 30) Now, the one that makes me go ??? Believe me, there are SO many I could choose. Maybe the Language Arts one that says "Form a mental picture from text read by the teacher, including story elements or descriptions" Am I supposed to really know if a child did this? Now, I have to write that frameworks # in my plan book on the day I "teach" that "skill"-what is the pioint if it is something that I can't assess that they did? Seems like a waste of time-time that could be spent on more important real skills. And we wonder why we are ready to pull our hair out! We have so many frameworks that I am required to keep a record of that make very little sense or overlap-I feel so much of that time is being taken away from other things that I really do need to teach. When you have this many frameworks, you don't get to spend quality time on very much, even if many lessons cover multiple standards.