No shortage of Common Core questions for meeting

Panelists assigned to answer questions about Common Core at a legislative meeting Wednesday will have plenty of work to do.

Hundreds of questions have been submitted for the joint House and Senate education committee meeting from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Idaho Education News reports. The meeting is in the Capitol’s Lincoln Auditorium. No public testimony will be taken.

Tom Luna, state superintendent of public instruction, is among the panelist. The other members haven’t been named, but represent parents, teachers and principals. Three of the five panelists   are on the pro side of Common Core.

I will be tweeting live from the meeting. Go to IDS_BillRoberts, or idahostatesman.com.

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