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Common-Standards Watch: Maine Makes 45

Well, common-standards devotees, you haven't had much news for a while. But here is an update for you: Maine has joined the pack. With the signature of Gov. Paul LePage last Friday, Maine has officially adopted the standards. That means that 44 states and the District of Columbia have now adopted the standards.

Those of you who love our little common-standards map now have to take a calming breath. Because here, at long last, once again, it is:


states adopting the common standards

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