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Tea Party rallying against Common Core State Standards

12:52 AM, Oct. 13, 2013
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State legislators held public hearings earlier this month at the behest of Tea Party groups throughout the state to review the implementation of academic standards adopted by the Department of Public Instruction, or DPI, more than three years ago.

State Superintendent Tony Evers signed onto the Common Core State Standards in 2010, and school districts across the state have been making the slow adjustment to the math and English standards. This year, 20 percent of Wisconsin schools are participating in a pilot program of the Smarter Balanced Assessment, which will replace the Wisconsin ...

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