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Common Core Standards Questioned

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Common Core Standards Questioned

A meeting on the Common Core education standards was held last weekend in Rapid City. It was organized by those that do not support the move toward more national education standards. Representative Jim Bolin of Canton was there…

Bolin, who has been a vocal opponent of the standards, says he will bring them up again in the 2014 legislative session…

Some teachers say the common core standards allow them to return to more traditional methods of teaching than “No Child Left Behind.” Bolin says that still doesn’t change his views…

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