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Afternoon Announcements: Students Read More and Deeper with the Common Core

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April 14, 2014 04:35 pm

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Increased attention on how student-data privacy is handled has brought the spotlight down on technology vendors. Education Week

What do teachers need to do to help students master the new requirements in the Common Core State Standards? A new report from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics looks at the answer. Curriculum Matters

“You are not being tested,” sixth-graders in California were being told before taking the pilot tests aligned to the new Common Core State Standards. “The questions themselves are being tested.” Los Angeles Daily News

DC schools are seeing a difference in how students read with implementation of the Common Core State Standards. Students read more and read deeper into the works. WAMU

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