Auditors urge Georgia to not rush its new curriculum

An independent audit released yesterday by the nonprofit Georgia Partnership for Excellence recommends the state slow down implementation of a new core curriculum to allow more time to establish clear standards and train teachers. In July, the state school board is expected to approve incremental introduction of the new curriculum, starting as early as August 2005.

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