Polls show most educators back the common core

01/28/2014 | Edutopia.org

A majority of superintendents, principals and teachers support Common Core State Standards but remain concerned about implementation, writes Learning First Alliance Deputy Director Anne O'Brien. In this blog post, she analyzes the latest polls, indicating strong support for the common core, but acknowledges worries about assessments and bumpy rollouts. "But we must remember that these implementation concerns are not the same as concerns about the standards themselves. And as we talk about them, we need to make clear that distinction," O'Brien writes.

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