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WISCONSIN NEWS ROUNDUP: Cedarburg School Board will ask state to wait to test students on Common Core standards

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A school board will ask Wisconsin lawmakers to wait for at least two years to start testing students based on the state's tougher Common Core standards.  The Cedarburg School Board near Milwaukee voted 5-to-nothing last night to ask the state to hold up what's called the "Smarter Balanced" exam.  It's supposed to replace the old statewide W-K-C-E achievement test next spring for reading and math.

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