What We’re Listening To: With Common Core, D.C. Students Read More — And More Deeply



By 04/15/2014

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Washington, D.C.’s schools have been at the forefront of adopting the Common Core Standards, but what does that actually mean for students in the classroom?

WAMU reporter Kavitha Cardoza talks with teachers about how the new standards are affecting reading instruction.

-Education Next.




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