Wash. State Board of Education recommends adopting new science standards

07/17/2013 | Education Week

Members of the Washington State Board of Education have voted to recommend the adoption of the Next Generation Science Standards. State Superintendent Randy Dorn, who will make the final decision on adoption, has indicated his support for the standards and has said he will consult with lawmakers on the matter. Washington was among 26 states that took the lead in developing the standards. Five states have already adopted them.

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