Teachers say common core has changed teaching, learning in Fla. middle school

03/10/2014 | StateImpact

Teachers at a Florida middle school say the Common Core State Standards has raised the rigor in classroom lessons and changed how they teach. One teacher said the common core results in louder, more engaged classes and gives students more control over their own learning. Another teacher said the focus has turned to preparing students for college and career. In one example, students now are using text as part of writing assignments, rather than just going from a prompt.

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