Last month, we reported that Americans were wary and skeptical about public education initiatives that they believe were created or promoted by federal policy makers. A majority said they didn’t support the Common Core State Standards, an initiative that has become controversial in many state capitals. Americans said they like their local schools, want local school boards to have more influence than the federal government in deciding what schools should teach, and don’t believe standardized tests help teachers figure out what to teach.
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