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Five People Wrote ‘State-Led’ Common Core

Jun 8, 2013 by

Editor’s Note: This article is the second of three. Read the first here.

 

Many education leaders continue to insist the process for creating national education standards was “state-led,” referring to its incubation within two Washington DC-based nonprofits, the National Governors Association and Council of Chief State School Officers.

 

That seems to depend on how one defines “state-led.”


Former Virginia Gov. George Allen told School Reform News NGA is less a policy forum and more a networking opportunity, because any resolutions governors vote on are “not binding” and governors often disagree. He attended NGA meetings particularly so he could recruit IBM into Virginia.

Five People Wrote ‘State-Led’ Common Core | Heartlander Magazine.

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