Survey captures teacher ambivalence about common core

02/21/2013 | Education Week

As the transition to the Common Core State Standards presses on, a majority of teachers indicate they're ready for the curriculum and the changes it will bring to classroom lessons, according to the MetLife Survey of the American Teacher. However, that same survey also found less enthusiasm among teachers and principals regarding whether the standards will have a significantly positive effect on student success and college readiness.

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