Kansas Commissioner of Education Diane DeBacker, left, and lobbyist Stuart J. Little listen to testimony from the public during the House Education Committee meeting regarding House Bill 2621, which would put a stop to the Common Core. (Feb. 19 2014)
Kansas Commissioner of Education Diane DeBacker, left, and lobbyist Stuart J. Little listen to testimony from the public during the House Education Committee meeting regarding House Bill 2621, which would put a stop to the Common Core. (Feb. 19 2014)
Kansas Commissioner of Education Diane DeBacker, left, and lobbyist Stuart J. Little listen to testimony from the public during the House Education Committee meeting regarding House Bill 2621, which would put a stop to the Common Core. (Feb. 19 2014)

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