NY Regents Chancellor said her “greatest disappointment” is rooted in the suburbs, which have become a hotbed for parent anger over the state’s take on the Common Core, the more-stringent standards being implemented in some form in more than 40 states. Last year, 20 percent of eligible students did not take the state’s grade 3-8 standardized exams, the result of a significant “opt-out” movement that had roots in the lower Hudson Valley.
Inability to convince suburbanites on Common Core ‘disappointing’
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