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Common Core standards 'rushed' according to 82% of New Yorkers

More than two-thirds rate the overall quality of public school teachers as 'good' or 'excellent'

More than 80% of upstate New York residents feel that the implementation of the 'Common Core education standards' was rushed.

According to an Albany Times Union/Siena College poll, 82% of those who participated in the survey agree that the Common Core Education Standards has been implemented too quickly.  The poll also shows 58% of residents feel there is too much testing and it should be slowed down.

More than two-thirds rate the overall quality of public school teachers as good or excellent.

Residents in the poll feel the top three problems in New York schools today are a lack of parental involvement, bullying and poor student behavior.








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