"The consulting group McRel did an analysis of Nebraska's previous state standards in 2013 and found that 417 of the 546 common-core math standards (or about 76 percent) were addressed by the Nebraska standards.
Epler of the Nebraska education department said he anticipates that, at some point, his organization will do a crosswalk with the new standards, "mainly to support our teachers and schools as many resources (textbooks, etc.) are CCSS-based."
As I've written before, common-core materials have already crept into all the states that have refused to adopt the standards—Nebraska included."
Captions for the photos: No. 1: Brayan Guevara holds his degree from St. Cloud Technical & Community College and diploma from Albany High School during his graduation party June 19 at North Park in Albany,
Getting a fresh set of standards should be easy in a state where Common Core is opposed 39 percent to 51 percent, right? Louisiana is poised to join the roster of states putting the Common Core standards under review. But in states that have scuttled the standards, namely South Carolina and Indiana, the replacement standards …
The Gazette is once again off base on their position.
As I testified during the House Education hearing, Lockwood is not interested in the division of assets. We just do not want Billings to close their borders to Lockwood students that want to continue to attend their high schools.
I do not understand why there is so much concern from the AA districts regarding non-voted levies: these can all be factored in to the negotiated transition levy under the current bill language. We fully expect to make their Building Reserve, Technology Fund, etc. whole during the transition. This is not an elaborate scheme to avoid paying a few mills! Eventually there should be a savings to taxpayers due to a reduction in the Transportation Fund.
The impact on Billings HS taxpayers for these non-General Fund accounts is estimated at 1.6 mils. The impact on the general Fund will zero out after their increased averaging for ANB ends. These calculations are assuming that the taxable value in Billings stays stagnant, as the area grows this impact becomes less and less.
The actual truth is that Billings HS taxpayers will likely not even see a noticeable increase!
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