Indiana likely is to maintain its current schedule for rolling out the Common Core State Standards, following an unsuccessful legislative effort to pull out of the effort. A bill passed Wednesday by a state legislative committee specifically allows the common core to move forward, but it requires public meetings about the standards to be held statewide. The state board of education, which publicly has supported the common core, then will decide whether it should be implemented.
Ind. committee backs off plans to reverse course on common core
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