Ind. legislation could delay common core implementation

Lawmakers in Indiana's House and Senate plan to meet to work out differences between each house's version of legislation that would stop the state's implementation of the Common Core State Standards. The state already has adopted the common core for second grade, but the proposed legislation would slow down the implementation of the national standards, which opponents say would give the federal government too much control over education in the state.

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