History curriculum update delayed by interest groups

(Calif.) If history is trick played on the dead by the living then the California Department of Education and the little-known Instructional Quality Commission have been put in the difficult position of deciding who is going to play – at least as far as public schools are concerned.

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Doubts raised about test for severely disabled

(Calif.) Amid much uncertainty, some of the state’s most severely disabled students begin field testing an alternate academic performance assessment aligned to the Common Core this spring.  

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