October 15, 2013
What Kentucky Can Teach the Rest of the U.S. About the Common Core

Three years ago, it became the first state to adopt the new, tougher K-12 standards.
Read more. [Image: Bart Everson/Flickr]

What Kentucky Can Teach the Rest of the U.S. About the Common Core

Three years ago, it became the first state to adopt the new, tougher K-12 standards.

Read more. [Image: Bart Everson/Flickr]

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    What Kentucky Can Teach the Rest of the U.S. About the Common Core The mix of educator responses to Common Core in...
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    A - word to the above, B - also parents need to buy in to education and support teachers, which is typically an issue as...
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