Common Core may no longer be law in Oklahoma, but it has not disappeared from the classrooms. In the summer of 2014 the state legislature repealed Common Core, yet more than half a year after the repeal, teachers continue to use the standards.
Schools will be spending more on digital resources in the coming years, but need help finding the best technologies. Once good technology is found, schools also need a way to share that information to help others save time and money.
A survey from the Leadership Conference Education Fund found most respondents said students should be able to think critically and apply skills to the real world and the United States should have consistent education standards to raise expectations of students, all concepts of Common Core.