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Teachers union survey shows growing concerns about Common Core

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The National Education Association is seeing increased opposition to Common Core among its members, though a majority still support the move toward state standards in English and math. In a September survey of 1,200 NEA members, 75 percent were found to be at least somewhat supportive of Common Core. Just 11 percent of respondents said at the time they were opposed. In a much broader poll of...

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