No Common Opinion on the Common Core

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No Common Opinion on the Common Core

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In a new survey, Americans give 13% of teachers in their local school district a D and 9% an F. The results of the survey are discussed at greater length in an essay in Ed Next.

Kids' Brains Reorganize When Learning Math Skills

8/18/14 | ABC News

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An A-Maze-ing Approach To Math

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Mike Petrilli and Mike McShane discuss the spread of legal challenges to state laws governing teacher tenure, dismissal, and seniority.

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What We’re Listening To: A Tale of Two Polls

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Support for Common Core Slips, But Majority of Public Still In Favor

2014 EdNext poll finds while the public, on average, gives 50% of teachers in their local schools an A or a B grade, 22% are given a D or an F


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