Schools Superintendent Diane Douglas approves of the changes, which include learning about money, new standards for high-school math
By Ricardo Cano | The Republic
The Arizona State Board of Education voted to adopt revisions to its Common Core-based K-12 math and reading learning standards Monday — nearly two years after the state started to look at making changes to the politicized standards.
This is the first time the state made changes to its standards since Arizona adopted its current standards in 2010. It marks the end of a lengthy chapter of Arizona policy that will factor into how students are tested and schools are graded.