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Curriculum Linked to Common Standards is Needed, AFT Says

If you were with us here yesterday, you probably recall that the American Federation of Teachers is expressing concern about how curriculum should take shape between the new common standards and the common assessments. (If you missed yesterday's post and don't feel like scrolling, here's a link for you. But you're going to have to work out more to pay for your lack of initiative. More on this later.)

Those of you interested in these curriculum questions and what the AFT is pressing for might be interested in the story I just posted today on edweek.org.

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