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Common Standards: Who Will Be Designing Them? Take a Look

You've heard, no doubt, about the initiative to design common standards. The first chunk of the work, due out this month, is especially pertinent to you all in the high school space. It aims to deliver a set of college and career ready standards. Over at the Curriculum Matters blog, my colleague Sean Cavanagh lays out the list of who's been tapped to draft these, and describes how the process will evolve from here.

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