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Afternoon Announcements: Oklahoma Gov. Fallin Defends Common Core State Standards in NGA Speech

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January 16, 2014 04:27 pm


The National Education Association grades Congressmembers annually using an A-F system based on how they vote on key issues. Check out where yours fell. Politics K-12

Higher education leaders will convene on Thursday at the White House to discuss ways to make sure that mow low-income students attend college and highlight initiatives that are already succeeding at doing so. The Washington Post

The United States continuously ranks below South Korea in international assessments, but ineffective textbooks are not the reason why. A recent study found American textbooks to be more challenging overall. The Atlantic

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin defended the Common Core State Standards in a speech at the National Governors Association this week. The described the Standards as essential for students to “enter and to remain in the middle class, or even to achieve better.” EdWatch


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