Principals Still to Integrate Common Core for ELLs

According to a survey of more than a thousand elementary and middle school principals, over 70% have not taken action to integrate the Common Core into expanded learning opportunities, special education programs, or English-language learner programs despite more than 80% prioritizing the Common Core for school improvement and their own learning, and more than 60 percent settting the Common Core as a top priority.
The survey Leadership for Common Core was carried out by the National Association of Elementary School Principals in 14 states where the Common Core State Standards have been passed into law.
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