The Common Core State Standards were designed to help all students be ready for college or career. But do the Standards align with Freshman-year college courses in major subjects? If so, are students in some states more “college-ready” than others? Allie Grasgreen from Politico reports, “[p]olicy analysts say it’s simply not practical for a statewide university system to issue a blanket policy promising that if a high school junior passes a Common Core math test, she’ll automatically be exempt from remedial math courses on any public college campus.”


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