Neb. education board discusses common core

04/10/2013 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

The Nebraska Board of Education this week heard concerns from one member of a local school board who believes the state should hold firm in its rejection of the Common Core State Standards. The state board has commissioned a study to compare the state's current academic standards with the common core. "We have not bought into them at this point," state Education Commissioner Roger Breed said.

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