Inside the Case for Delaying Implementation of Common Core Standards

Patrick Riccards, Darren Burris, Cheryl Scott Williams, Kathleen Porter-Magee

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Even supporters of Common Core State Standards are arguing for delaying implementation, while increasing the capacity for collaboration during the transition process. In this segment, we examine the case for postponing implementation and discuss how a reasonable timetable might be determined.

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