Fla. district aims to answer parents' questions ahead of common core

Officials with Seminole County Public Schools in Sanford, Fla., recently held a meeting to discuss the district's upcoming implementation of the Common Core State Standards. Some parents have expressed concerns about the changes and how the standards will affect instruction. Deputy Superintendent Anna-Marie Cote told attendees that instruction will be more difficult under the standards, and noted that a couple of years ago the district began training teachers to use new instructional strategies that are better aligned with common core goals.

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