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Common-Standards Watch: Arkansas Makes 24

We hear from our little elves, which include the Associated Press, that the Arkansas Board of Education adopted the common standards today.

So here's your updated map of adoptions (this is so much fun, I don't know why we didn't do this map earlier):

July 12 standards map.jpg

If you missed my story on the state adoptions, check it out here. (Don't be confused by the map in the story; it's from the story's publication date, July 9, so it doesn't include today's news. You have to come here to this blog for that.)

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