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New York State Exposed Education: A different approach to Common Core standards

You've heard teachers, parents, lawmakers and others complaining about the Common Core. Some states rebelling while others including districts in the Rochester area are finding alternative ways to deal with the controversial curriculum...


  • New York State Exposed: What fees and taxes are on your home phone bill?
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Are charter schools taking advantage of the system?
 
  • Bushnell's Basin bridge closed for repairs
 
  • New York State Exposed: Is New York open for business?

  • New York State Exposed Education: Charter schools and your tax dollars
 
  • New York State Exposed: Evaluations for children with special needs
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Charter schools receive less funding than public schools
 
  • New York State Exposed: Trying to get answers on placement of sex offenders

  • New York State Exposed: Trash along area highways
 
  • New York State Exposed: Bank of America responds to zombie homes report
 
  • New York State Exposed follow-up: Thousands of abandoned homes in Rochester
 
  • New York State Exposed: Tax dollars for lawmakers' travel expenses

  • New York State Exposed Education: Local district using state grant funds for Pre-K programs
 
  • New York State Exposed: Railroad bridge safety
 
  • New York State Exposed: Are parolees watched enough?
 
  • New York State Exposed: Waste tire management fee

  • New York State Exposed Education: Common Core and private schools
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: The future of U of R's takeover of East High School
 
  • New York State Exposed Follow-up: SUNY -- Not made in NYS
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Funding for full-day Pre-K

  • New York State Exposed Education: Why are charter school Common Core test scores so much better?
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Common Core results released
 
  • New York State Exposed: State surcharge on utility bills
 
  • New York State Exposed: Should lawmakers be allowed to use campaign money for legal fees?

  • New York State Exposed: Medical bill surcharge
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Teacher benefits
 
  • New York State Exposed Education Follow-up: Lack of education, crime and the cost to you
 
  • New York State Exposed: Thousands of abandoned homes in Rochester

  • New York State Exposed Education: Charter schools versus public schools in Rochester
 
  • New York State Exposed: Health insurance rate hike
 
  • New York State Exposed: Does the Safe Act make you safer?
 
  • New York State Exposed Follow-up: Lobbyists retiring on taxpayer dollars

  • New York State Exposed Follow-up: Lawmaker salary
 
  • New York State Exposed Follow-up: Teacher tenure lawsuit
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Students question diplomas
 
  • New York State Exposed: Did tax payers get the most bang for their buck out of Legislative session?

  • New York State Exposed Follow-up: Daycare drain
 
  • New York State Exposed: No representation in Albany
 
  • New York State Exposed: Scaffold Law reform?
 
  • New York State Exposed Education: Lack of education, crime and the cost to you

Flood Warning

NY AREAS AFFECTED: Erie; Wyoming
Expires: 11/25/2014 1:22 AM

Flood Warning

NY AREAS AFFECTED: Erie; Wyoming
Expires: 11/25/2014 4:32 AM

Flood Warning

NY AREAS AFFECTED: Erie; Genesee
Expires: 11/26/2014 1:00 AM

Flood Warning

NY AREAS AFFECTED: Cattaraugus; Chautauqua; Erie; Genesee; Wyoming
Expires: 11/24/2014 4:15 PM

High Wind Warning

NY AREAS AFFECTED: Genesee; Monroe; Niagara; Northern Erie; Orleans; Wyoming
Expires: 11/25/2014 12:00 AM

Wind Advisory

NY AREAS AFFECTED: Allegany; Cattaraugus; Livingston; Northern Cayuga; Ontario; Wayne
Expires: 11/25/2014 4:00 AM

Rochester

Broken Clouds
49°
52° | 34°
  • Feels like: 47° F
  • Wind: ESE 6mph
  • Humidity: 64%
  • Mon Windy with times of sun and clouds
    64° | 42°
  • Tue Mostly cloudy and windy
    42° | 35°
  • Wed Afternoon snow showers
    39° | 29°
  • Thu Snow showers
    37° | 24°