"National Education Standards: To Be or Not To Be?" by Paul E. Barton

Prior to the creation of the Common Core State Standards, Paul E. Barton explained the potential variation in content, performance standards,  and achievement benchmarks when adopting national standards in general. He covers the need for balance between commonality and tolerance for diversity. Read the article here.

  • Facets: K-12, Web
  • Channel: About the Common Core State Standards
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