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Should US States Back Out Of Common Core or Should US Amend the Set of National Standards?
Actually, should there be a set of international standards?
Indiana Becomes First State To Back Out Of Common Core
'With the stroke of Gov. Mike Pence's pen, Indiana became the first state to back off implementing a set of national standards for grade-school education.
'The standards, known as Common Core, had been adopted by 45 states, but have lately unleashed a political fight that blurs party lines.
'Pence signed a law on Monday that requires Indiana to come up with its own academic standards...'