Jeb Bush Says ‘Fewer, But Higher’ Education Standards NeededMargaret Newkirk
Education standards shouldn’t be “federally driven,” 2016 presidential contender Jeb Bush says at N.H. education forum.
- “If you don’t like Common Core, fine,” but make sure your standards are higher than what you had before, he says
- Fellow candidates Chris Christie, Carly Fiorina, Bobby Jindal, John Kasich, and Scott Walker also plan to speak at forum on K-12 education in Manchester, N.H.
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