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February 20, 2014 5:23 PM

Teachers and school administrators talk Common Core with legislators

A legislative committee weighing the future of Common Core standards heard from a panel of teachers and principals with widely ranging views of the education goals for English and math. Some on Thursday’s panel said the goals were worthwhile, but were implemented too fast. Several lamented the lack of textbooks aligned to the new standards and inadequate teacher training.

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