School Superintendents Give ‘Thumbs Up’ to Common Core
In a new survey, the majority of school superintendents, “say the new national academic benchmarks are more rigorous than their previous state standards and will improve the skills of students,” according to a Washington Post story.
According to the survey, nine out of ten school district leaders said that the Common Core is more rigorous than their state’s previous academic standards. In addition, 75 percent said they expect student skills to improve under the new benchmarks.
Read the full story in the Washington Post.