Alabama Legislative Committee to Hold Hearing on Common Core Bill

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A legislative committee will hold a public hearing Tuesday morning on a proposal to let local school systems opt out of the Common Core curriculum standards.

Republican Sen. Scott Beason, a frequent critic of Common Core, is sponsoring the legislation. The Gardendale senator says local school officials should be able to decide for themselves about the standards.
   
The bill would let school systems stop using Common Core and implement an alternative curriculum for those subject areas.
   
Opponents of Beason's bill say it would cause chaos across the state to have different school systems using different standards.
   
The Senate Education Committee has set aside two hours for the public hearing.

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james said on Wednesday, Mar 12 at 7:12 AM

Scott Beason is a repulican

Steven said on Tuesday, Mar 11 at 5:15 PM

Disregard my last post!! Thought I was on Charter Schools. Sorry

Steven said on Tuesday, Mar 11 at 5:12 PM

Democrats are against it because,the children will actually get an education and they'll never get voted back in.

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