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Live video chat: Trib Talk on Utah schools and the Common Core

Published May 21, 2013 11:41 am
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Utah Republicans voted Saturday to withdraw from the Common Core, a set of education standards conservatives believe are "un-American and inferior" and an attempt by Washington to control Utah's education system.

What does this opposition mean for Utah students and teachers?

Join a live Trib Talk discussion today at 11 a.m. with State Board of Education Chairwoman Debra Roberts, Dalane England of the Utah Eagle Forum, Tribune education reporter Lisa Schencker and Trib Talk moderator Jennifer Napier-Pearce.

You can participate in the live video chat by submitting questions via Twitter or Google+ using the hashtag #TribTalk, or in the comment section of this story.




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