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New school standards drawing opposition from Arkansans

A working mother of four, a rancher with grandchildren and an assistant college professor share concerns over new state standards that set expectations for what students should learn in literacy and math from kindergarten through 12th grade. They are part of a growing number of Arkansas residents asking questions about the Common Core State Standards.

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  • Headline: New school standards drawing opposition from Arkansans
  • Publication: Arkansas, Pages 7 on 09/03/2013
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