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The Talk About Common Standards Reaches the Hill

Politics K-12 reports that the House Education and Labor Committee will hold a hearing on Wednesday about common standards. You can weigh in over at that blog on my colleague Alyson Klein's question: Is it better for Congress to get involved in this or stay away?

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