Parents, educators outraged about Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s TV ad for Common Core curriculum

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has taken to the airwaves to push his reforms on the controversial Common Core curriculum. "While the state's new Common Core curriculum

Many parents and educators say they are outraged

Many parents and educators say they are outraged about the new TV ad, and that the governor's words contradict his actions. (March 6, 2014 5:39 PM)

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has taken to the airwaves to push his reforms on the controversial Common Core curriculum.

"While the state's new Common Core curriculum is moving in the right direction, testing on it is premature," says Cuomo in the ad. "It causes anxiety, and it's just unfair. I won't let our children's scores be counted against them."

Many parents and educators say they are outraged...

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