Ind. legislators discuss delaying common core implementation

Some lawmakers in Indiana want to delay adoption of the Common Core State Standards while they take a closer look at them over the summer. Supporters say they want to ensure the new standards offer the same rigor found in the state's current standards. Others argue that a delay could be a setback for the state's students because other states are moving forward with common core implementation.

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