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CORE DELAY

Panel: Delay Common Core

Change in requirements expected to get OK

State Education Commissioner John King Jr., left, speaks during a Board of Regents meeting on Monday in Albany.
State Education Commissioner John King Jr., left, speaks during a Board of Regents meeting on Monday in Albany.
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BUFFALO — New York education officials on Monday recommended giving students additional time to meet more rigorous graduation requirements and offered a temporary defense for teachers whose jobs may be at risk because of low student test scores. The class of 2022, not the class of 2017, would be the first group required to pass Common Core-aligned English and math exams at what are considered “college- and career-ready levels” to graduate, under a proposal expected ...

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