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More than half of California voters say they know nothing or very little about the state’s new Common Core standards for English language arts and math, according to a new report by the Policy Analysis for California Education/USC Rossier School of Education.
An annual poll of Californians’ views on education contains bad news for teachers unions and for advocates of the Common Core standards, good news for backers of charter schools, mixed news for preschool supporters and a warning for State Superintendent Tom Torlakson in his re-election campaign against Marshall Tuck.