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Separate education standards may be costly

Posted: Sunday, April 27, 2014 11:11 pm

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana schools are bracing to spend as much as $125 million to train teachers on proposed new state education standards in the wake of the state’s rejection of the national benchmarks in the Common Core.

Proposed guidelines required after Indiana became the first state to formally drop the Common Core are up for a final vote by the State Board of Education on Monday.

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