State looking for input on curriculum standards

The state wants to know what people think about education standards in Ohio. The Common Core standards, which put federal regulations on a state issue, have been controversial for years. The Ohio Board of Education is asking for input at this website: education.ohio.gov. The suggestions gathered there will be reviewed by an advisory committee, then a rough draft will be created and reviewed. Then the new standards should be finalized by next January. The state has used three different state exams over the last three years. And the Ohio Department of Education is searching for a new superintendent.

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