Survey: Most New York school superintendents give Common Core thumbs-up
More than 80 percent of school superintendents on Long Island and statewide who responded to a recent poll believe the Common Core academic standards are improving the quality of English and math education in their classrooms. Survey results, released by the New York State Council of School Superintendents, showed that 83 percent of school chiefs responding in Nassau and Suffolk counties, and 85 percent statewide, felt either "very positive" or "somewhat positive" about the standards' impact on English instruction.
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