Tag Archives: Common Core Standards

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The Importance of Common Core Standards to Disadvantaged Students

The opposition the Common Core is about adult issues, not what’s best for students, especially disadvantaged students, who traditionally haven’t been taught anything resembling the Common Core in public education. Continue reading

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Common Core Standards: Putting Students First

Critics of the Common Core State Standards are putting put adult interests ahead of students’ Continue reading

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National Problems Require National Solutions

The national problems in public education require national solutions. Continue reading

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The Testing Industry Under Common Core Standards

The new common core standards could be a boon to public school students. But will the standardized testing industry–and the states that employ it–create new tests to that support the standards? Continue reading

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