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Indiana Common-Standards Challenge Fails

A legislative challenge to Indiana's adoption of the Common Core State Standards failed earlier this week, we learn from the Indianapolis Star.

As you might recall, we've reported on a number of anti-common-core rumblings in the states (here and here, for example), but nothing that has—at least so far—gained any traction.

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