NYC common core math assessment better than expected, some say

04/24/2013 | GothamSchools.org (New York)

Educators from some New York City schools expressed relief as administration of the Common Core State Standard math assessment got off to a better start than expected. "There was a little bit of a sigh of relief when they started going through the test," teacher David Baiz said of his eighth-grade students. "They felt like they were capable of doing it."

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