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West Virginia bill eliminates K-12 standards, tests

A controversial bill in West Virginia that would get rid of current common core standards and the standardized test system has passed the state's senate.

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A controversial bill in West Virginia that would get rid of current common core standards and the standardized test system has passed the state's senate. The legislation, authored by Gov. Jim Justice, is vague, critics say, and does not suggest ways to replace the erased infrastructure. (Charleston Gazette-Mail)

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