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Common-Standards Watch: Delaware Pushes Total to 37

Fear not, common-standards addicts, the map returns. And it includes Delaware, which adopted the standards today.

Readers of this space will remember that I noted recently that of all the states that had won Race to the Top grants or are still in the running for them, Delaware was the only one that hadn't adopted the standards. As of today, that's no longer the case.

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