Secondary-College Partnerships in the Context of the Common Core State Standards

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“Teachers need access to perspectives larger than those directly available within the small world of the classroom and life alone with students. At their best, the standards should work as a positive influence supporting that access. But teachers also need authority to exercise judgment and agency in the light of what they know, and only they can know, from life with students in that small but potent world of the classroom.”

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