Anne Hyslop

Bellwether Education Partners

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Policy analyst at Bellwether Education Partners, a nonprofit that advises foundations, school districts and other education groups, she’s tracked the political fallout of Common Core

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Common Core standards for math and reading were adopted by 45 governors, but they’ve since become a political football.

Common Core: The Obamacare of the Classroom?

Common Core standards for math and reading were adopted by 45 governors, but they’ve since become a political football.

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