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StudioTulsa
4:51 pm
Tue June 3, 2014

Making the Case Against HB 3399, Which Would Remove Oklahoma from the Common Core Initiative

Aired on Tuesday, June 3rd.

On May 23rd, the Oklahoma State Legislature approved HB 3399, a bill which would, if it became law, withdraw this state from the Common Core State Standards initiative. This bill is now on Gov. Mary Fallin's desk, awaiting her decision; the Governor has until June 7th to sign the bill into law, or veto it, or do nothing (in which case the bill will not take effect).

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Local & Regional
7:50 am
Tue August 21, 2012

Enid School Board Criticizes Standardized Tests

ENID, Okla. (AP) — Members of the Enid Public Schools Board of Education say an overabundance of standardized testing is getting in the way of students' education.

The board unanimously approved a resolution Monday night that says the number of tests students are required to take gets in the way of child-centered learning and limits meaningful learning.

The resolution calls on the Legislature to re-examine Oklahoma's system of public school accountability.

The Enid News & Eagle reports  that copies of the resolution will be given to area legislators.

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