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    • Nancy WB

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    • WildflowerMay

      We need to inform and educate as many people as possible about Common Core Standards. Once educated, people need to ban together and put pressure on their State Legislatures to stop Common Core Standards. - ALWAYS INVESTIGATE WHAT YOUR CHILDREN ARE BEING TAUGHT!


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