Ina Hughes, a grandmother and columnist, writes that Common Core State Standards are “a different ballgame”—which is a good thing. “Just because it’s different from how I learned doesn’t make it less worthy,” Hughes explains.
Doug Rothwell, president & CEO of Business Leaders for Michigan, writes that “Michigan needs to set rigorous education standards and measure student achievement against them in a way that can be compared to their peers across the nation.
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