CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 10, 2010
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(Atlanta: Mark Strassmann) A plan proposed by 48 governors for standards for math & English education in the schools examined; examples by grade cited; details given about the ideas behind standardization. [Atlanta teacher Pam ANDREWS - says there is a gap in state requirements.] [Atlanta public schools superintendent Beverly HALL- says we need higher standards nationwide.] [Former National Commission on Future of Higher Education chairman Charles MILLER- raises questions.]
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