Superintendent: More tech, training will be needed for common core

03/7/2013 | StateImpact

Orange County, Fla., superintendent Barbara Jenkins says her schools have a Plan B in place to ensure new Common Core State Standards assessments -- which will be given via computer -- are administered with fidelity. Specifically, schools will purchase more equipment or extend the testing window to accommodate the change, she said. Jenkins also said teachers are receiving more training on the common core in preparation for rollout of the new standards.

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