New WHYY Newsworks Post: Conference Assesses Common Core Roll-Out in N.J.

It starts here:
On Tuesday morning the New Jersey School Choice and Education Reform Alliance (NJSCERA) held a statewide conference on the Common Core Standards Initiative, the set of learning goals that outline what students should learn in each grade during math and language arts classes. 
Most of the legislators, lobbyists, and educators -- not a naturally harmonious group in the Garden State -- agreed on two points: one, the grade-level standards meaningfully raise the bar for N.J.'s students and, two, N.J.'s implementation of these standards and the aligned assessments has been  bumpy and  impeded by misinformation.
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