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Do Schools Feel Prepared to Teach the Common Core?

Superintendents Shaky On Common Core Preparation

Photo courtesy of Gallup-Education Week Surveys

A recent Gallup-Education Week poll revealed that officials are split in terms of perceived school preparedness for teaching Common Core Standards.

"Fewer than half of the superintendents believed that teachers in their districts are well prepared for teaching the Common Core Standards," reported Education Week. On the other hand, "Fifty percent reported that teachers were ready to provide support to students who needed extra help with standards."

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Article by Navindra Persaud, EducationWorld Contributor

 

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