Kan. board of education at odds with lawmakers over common core

03/13/2013 | Topeka Capital-Journal (Kan.), The

Statewide math and reading standards have become a highly political matter in Kansas. The board of education is contending that any decision about standards should fall to the board and not lawmakers, who have proposed a bill that would do away with the board's plans to adopt Common Core State Standards. The board recently sent a letter to the governor and lawmakers attempting to clarify who can make decisions about state education standards.

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