Few States Cite Full Plans for Carrying Out Standards
Forty-six states and the District of Columbia have adopted a common set of academic standards, but only seven have fully developed plans to put the standards into practice in three key areas, according to a study released last week.
The EPE Research Center , operated by Editorial Projects in Education, which publishes Education Week , teamed up with Education First , a Seattle-based education policy and consulting group, on a survey of states’ plans to implement the Common Core State Standards .
It found that “a handful of states are particularly far along” in their plans to transform the common standards into practice, but “most states ... still have a long way to go” before they have blueprints to take the standards...
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