Neb. takes second look at common core

03/12/2013 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

Nebraska, which opted out of the Common Core State Standards, now has authorized a company to compare its own standards with those adopted by 45 other states. Members of the Nebraska Board of Education voted 7-1 to authorize the examination, which comes as some educators have speculated that the state's decision on the common core could be costly if Congress ties the reauthorized No Child Left Behind to the adoption of the common core.

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