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Common Core Divides the GOP

We were telling you yesterday that the Common Core State Standards are figuring in a blame-and-brag fest in each of the presidential campaign camps. Turns out, as my colleague Alyson Klein reports, that they're divisive within the Republican party, too. Let Alyson explain it all for you here.

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