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House votes to protect Iowa’s education standards, student data

The House this week passed a bill with unanimous bipartisan support to address some of the controversy surrounding the Iowa Core and Common Core State Standards. The bill provides greater transparency and opportunities for public input on the state’s education standards, prevents standards from being implemented without the legislature first seeing the proposed changes, reiterates local control of text books and curriculum, and provides greater protection of student data. The bill passed 96-0 and has gone over to the Senate for further consideration.

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