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Will the Common Standards Change Curriculum?

It seems like just yesterday that we were chatting about the work being done to adapt or create curriculum materials for the new common standards. (Why, it actually was only yesterday!)

We wade into this a bit more in a story posted today at www.edweek.org. Lots of folks are busy on this, but there's not a lot out there to see yet. It will get much more interesting as things progress, so please train a keen eye on this work and share your thoughts.

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