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Common Standards Watch: State Number Eight Adopts

We've just confirmed that Michigan just adopted the common standards. The vote was unanimous. With the board's move today, Michigan becomes the eighth state to embrace the new standards.

Pretty soon, states are going to have to stop using language in their press releases that they are "one of the first states to adopt" the common standards.

Check here to catch up on the other seven. And stay tuned.

UPDATE: Missouri adopts as well.

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