Spanish-speaking students in N.Y. struggle under common core

In New York school districts with large Spanish-speaking populations, students are reportedly struggling on exams tied to the Common Core State Standards. While the schools have traditionally posted low scores, this year's marks were particularly poor. During a visit to one magnet school, Education Commissioner John King said there were no easy answers, but he advised educators to "leverage" students' native languages to improve achievement.

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