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Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Learn the Facts

As interim State Commissioner, Pam Stewart keeps reiterating, there’s a difference between curriculum and standards.  The author of an article written on Thursday, August 8th, wrote as if they are one in the same.  Supplementing lessons plans with standards isn’t accurate.  You would instead supplement the curriculum with Common Core aligned curriculum.  Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are nationalized standards that every student will have to master while curriculum is the material being taught.

 

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