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“District 2 board member Betty Peters said the move was an early step in weaning Alabama away from the Common Core standards, known here as the Alabama College and Career Ready Standards. Peters said the ACT Aspire did not provide helpful information. Peters also said that the Common Core standards, which she has long opposed, needed correction because they did not match up well with the developmental pace of children.

“There are some good things in there, but some of them are in there at the wrong grade levels,” she said.”

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