Polls reveal nuanced views on K-12
from Education Week
Two high-profile public-opinion polls offer contrasting snapshots on the public's support for Common Core standards and mandatory standardized testing — intertwined issues that are arguably among the most divisive in K-12 public education. Often released within days of each other, the education survey by Phi Delta Kappa/Gallup — now in its 47th year — and the one conducted since 2007 by Education Next, a journal from the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, deliver new data that fuel debate and reflection on topics ranging from teacher quality to school funding.
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