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King: State to adjust, not delay, Common Core

In this Oct. 24, 2013 file photo, State Education Commissioner John King, Jr., center, listens to a speaker during a forum on Common Core learning reforms at the Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle School in Albany, N.Y.
In this Oct. 24, 2013 file photo, State Education Commissioner John King, Jr., center, listens to a speaker during a forum on Common Core learning reforms at the Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle School in Albany, N.Y.
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This story has been changed to reflect the following correction: The school Sherry Tomasky's oldest child attends was misidentified. Her child attends Pashley Elementary School in the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Central School District. ALBANY – State Education Commissioner John King said he would make adjustments to the state’s controversial Common Core standards, but would not delay the program’s implementation. King addressed a long list of state senators’ concerns about Common Core during a Senate Education ...

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