ALBANY, N.Y. -- Initial changes to the disputed Common Core standards suggested by Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia weren’t embraced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office, stateofpolitics.com reports.
The state’s task force is in the midst of studying the standards in order to suggest revisions, the story says. The commissioner’s recommendations include a teacher portal to help roll out common core standards, funds for Native Language Tests for non-English speaking students, and alternative assessments for disabled students.
Cuomo’s panel, which Elia is on, will release recommendations before the State of the State address in January, according the the article.
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