Calif. lawmakers propose $1.25B for common core

06/13/2013 | Monterey County Herald (Calif.), The

California's proposed state budget includes $1.25 billion to help schools apply the Common Core State Standards. The additional funds would be used to train teachers and buy textbooks and other materials. "This budget puts California where it belongs: leading the way in the drive to bring the Common Core State Standards to life in our classrooms and prepare students to contribute to our state's future," said Tom Torlakson, the state superintendent of schools.

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