It starts here:
Gov. Chris Christie made national headlines recently when he announced that he was reversing his long-term support for the Common Core, a set of state-driven academic standards that lay out what students should know in language arts and math by the end of each grade.
Unmentioned, however, is that while this long-shot presidential hopeful has spent much of his New Jersey governorship lambasting leaders of the NJ Education Association for privileging the jobs of adults over the academic needs of students, he’s now following their playbook page by page.
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