Common Core State Standards are a hot topic in the K-12 community as education advocates weigh whether the CCSS help or hinder classroom learning. In a new study, the Center for American Progress (CAP) explores the way teacher leadership positions – or lack thereof – affect Common Core success in their respective districts. THE Journal notes that one factor of CCSS success involved districts that “place teachers in leadership positions to help with Common Core transition, while still giving them the chance to teach in the classroom for at least part of the school day.”


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