Policy

And Not So Common

May 16, 2012

AND NOT SO COMMON: Cracks are forming in state support for the Common Core, suggests the Wall Street Journal. Utah and Alabama are among five states where lawmakers and governors have expressed worries of further federal intrusion into touchy subjects like science (and presumably the whole creation/evolution squabble). Critics have cast doubts on what effects Common Core will have on student outcomes, amplifying disgruntled state officials' "don't tread on me" rhetoric.

Policy

And Not So Common

May 16, 2012

AND NOT SO COMMON: Cracks are forming in state support for the Common Core, suggests the Wall Street Journal. Utah and Alabama are among five states where lawmakers and governors have expressed worries of further federal intrusion into touchy subjects like science (and presumably the whole creation/evolution squabble). Critics have cast doubts on what effects Common Core will have on student outcomes, amplifying disgruntled state officials' "don't tread on me" rhetoric.

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