Common Core State Standards to implementation, there is a need to appropriately identify and link assets using a shared system of identifiers and a common XML representation. XML designation to represent the standards, consistent with their adopted format, as data center design and implementation best practices pdf below. Rather than force a decision among three competing options, the NGA Center and CCSSO have decided that the following three options have distinctive values and should be published together simultaneously.
Unique identifiers are needed for humans and technology to refer to individual standards in a consistent manner. Three sets of canonical identifiers, as detailed below and now readily available here on www. Dot notation including those from the published and adopted standards documents, e.
1, useful for conversation and displayed with the text of a standard. The NGA Center and CCSSO strongly recommend that www. These allow, when needed, to refer to standards in both disciplines in a common format without removing the differences in the published identifiers.