Editorâ€™s note: The following is the final installment in a series detailing the proposed academic standards.
INDIANAPOLIS â€” A roundtable tasked with the responsibility to review proposed education standards will convene Monday before the State Board of Education makes a final approval the following week.
Lawmakers voted to dismiss the Common Core standards, a nationwide standard, in lieu of developing â€śrigorousâ€ť academic criteria that would better prepare Indiana students for college or careers.
What do these new standards look like?
There are more than 100 detailed recommendations in a report compiled by the Indiana Chamber that offers suggestions on how to improve academics in Indiana.
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