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DeSantis Orders Up New Curriculum Standards For Schools To Replace Common Core

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C.M. GUERRERO
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Miami Herald
Teacher Laura Castro teaches Spanish in her Kindergareten EFO Program class discussing synonyms at Aventura Waterways K-8 School in Aventura on Thursday, May 14, 2015.

Gov. Ron DeSantis wants to create new state curriculum standards that would eliminate “the vestiges of Common Core,” he announced in Cape Coral on Thursday.

“We stuck with Common Core then we re-branded it … it’s all the same. It all needs to be looked at, it all needs to be scrutinized,” DeSantis said during the announcement at Ida S. Baker High School, flanked by Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran and local school administrators.

DeSantis announced an executive order asking Corcoran to spend a year creating new state curriculum standards, which would then be presented to the Legislature for the 2020 session, which starts in January.

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