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Next Steps for Common Standards and ELLs?

It will be left up to states to create English-language-proficiency standards to align with the common standards, according to Keith Gayler, the director of standards for the Council of Chief State School Officers, who I interviewed this week.

My article about how the common standards do and don't take the needs of English-language learners into consideration was just published by edweek.org.

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