New Jersey’s Education Commissioner David Hespe is expected on Wednesday to outline a plan on how New Jersey will replace Common Core.
The Asbury Park Press reports:
Gov. Chris Christie announced in May that he would direct Hespe to start crafting new educational standards, called the New Jersey College and Career Readiness Standards.
Hespe is expected to discuss the first steps in the standards review process at a meeting of the state Board of Education, which will be held Wednesday at River View Executive Plaza, Building 100, Route 29, Trenton. The board will begin its closed executive session at 8:30 a.m. and its public agenda meeting at 10 a.m.
One thing we can be certain of it that it won’t include getting out of PARCC so that pretty much makes this whole discussion moot.