A Meramec Valley-RIII educator says parents’ concerns about the impact of the new Common Core standards being transitioned into Missouri schools are unfounded and may be simply a reaction to comments by people from states with less experience in maintaining standards.
“Missouri always had good standards,” said Terri Parks, assistant superintendent. “That’s why Missouri was asked to be on of the governing states in creating the Common Core Standards.”
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