Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Maryland Teachers Say They Need More Common Core Training

The Washington Post (5/8, Bui) reports that teachers in Maryland surveyed by the Maryland State Education Association said that they need "more time and training to meet the demands of new evaluation systems and education standards" as the state adopts the Common Core Standards. The piece notes that nearly two-thirds of teachers say they are "unprepared to teach" the Common Core, and "72 percent said they aren't ready for new teacher and principal evaluation systems."

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