Testimony to the Kentucky Senate On Senate Bill 224 to Repeal and Replace Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards, and Enact Student Data Protections
Testimony to the Kentucky Senate
On Senate Bill 224 to Repeal and Replace Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards, and Enact Student Data Protections
March 13, 2014
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