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MSEA Applauds House Passage of Common Sense for Common Core Bills

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Statement from Maryland State Education Association President Betty Weller:

“The House of Delegates has made huge strides over the last three days towards injecting some much needed common sense in Maryland’s implementation of Common Core. The House overwhelmingly passed three significant bills that have broad support among Maryland’s parents, educators, superintendents, and school boards:

On the heels of the Senate’s near-unanimous passage on Thursday of SB 676, the Senate cross-file of HB 1167, Maryland legislators are recognizing that students and educators need time, resources, and flexibility to get the major changes taking place in our schools right.”