Amy Oliver Show: Common Core Concerns Resurface in Colorado

On the second hour of the December 5 Amy Oliver Show, senior education policy analyst Ben DeGrow guest hosts a conversation with former assistant education secretary Bill Evers about why he continues to resist the strong push for Common Core national education standards. The quality of standards and questions about federal influence of classroom curricula have fueled pushback in several states. Though the Common Core was adopted here two years ago, Colorado may be next, as the State Board of Education has sought input from national experts.

[http://audio.ivoices.org/mp3/iipodcast584.mp3]


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  1. [...] the theme of yesterday’s contribution. As to #2, my Education Policy Center friend Ben DeGrow just last week interviewed Dr. Bill Evers — the coordinator of Koret’s education media project — about [...]

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