State Board of Regents approves changes to implementing Common Core curriculum

During the English tests, students will spend about

During the English tests, students will spend about an hour and a half a day for the next three days finishing the exam. (February 11, 2014 6:12 PM)

The state Board of Regents has approved changes to implementing the controversial Common Core curriculum.

That means the class of 2022, not the class of 2017, will be the first group required to pass Common Core-aligned English and math exams.

The tough new curriculum changes have sparked a massive grassroots protest movement among parents and educators on Long Island. For months, groups...

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