School District Weighs National Standards Against Own

Wisconsin schools are on track to be just like every other school system in the nation. At least in some ways. Wisconsin is one of the first states to adopt the national Common Core reading and math standards. Those standards shouldn't be that hard to meet, says curriculum boss at Onalaska schools, Fran Finco.. Not for his school district or any other in the area.  He says most in the area are already on track to at least hit Common Core minimums.
Adopting the national standards are part of Wisconsin's second round application for federal dollars under the Race to the Top education program.

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