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District Superintendents Split on Common Core
While many of the nation's superintendents are optimistic about the potential of the common-core standards and new technology to improve what goes on in classrooms, a healthy percentage are also skept... ical about such developments, according to results from the first Gallup-Education Week Superintendents Panel survey.The results show that more than half the respondents—58 percent—believe that the new Common Core State Standards adopted by most states will improve the quality of education in their communities; 75 percent say the shared standards will provide more consistency in educational quality from district to district and state to state. But 30 percent predict the standards will have no effect on schooling. * Note: This visualization was corrected on July 10, 2013 at 5:06 p.m.
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