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To create the crosswalk between the InTASC and Georgia performance standards, each faculty member used a spreadsheet with rows containing 174 InTASC indicators and columns containing all 75 CAPS indicators. Faculty members worked independently without consulting each other to consider the 15,640 points of alignment between both sets of standards and their indicators. After a complete review, the group met as a whole to discuss the alignment, eventually agreeing on 674 points of alignment between the two sets of standards and their indicator. Additionally, the team found 10,455 points of alignment with the MAP assessment and 3,145 points of alignment with the Dispositions assessment. Findings indicate that more work should be done to align the GaPSC standards with the InTASC standards to ensure a smoother transition from educator preparation to the workforce. In the future, we suggest other institutions use our crosswalk to assess their assessment instruments.