Some teachers in Maryland say the implementation of the Common Core State Standards has been rocky, with officials in one district questioning whether the standards should have been adopted in the first place. In some schools, teachers say they have limited access to lesson plans because of a lack of computers, and in Baltimore County, educators say the district is writing lesson plans just prior to when the material is scheduled for classroom instruction. "We are building the plane as we fly it," said Baltimore County Superintendent Dallas Dance, who noted the "passengers" are safe.

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