Commentary: Patchwork approach to U.S. standards needs repair

Academic standards should be set nationally, rather than leaving it up to the states to set community-driven goals that cause educational inequities to proliferate, three urban school leaders say. "National education standards would give all our schools common targets and clarify what we expect teachers to be teaching," the educators say.

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