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Liana Heitin is an assistant editor for Education Week. Her beat includes curriculum and instruction across the content areas. She is co-author of the blog Curriculum Matters.
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The common core’s impact on student achievement may have peaked early and already tapered off, according to a new analysis of national test scores.
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