#HB657 Changes to Common Core Math Updates

NCGAYesterday, the Senate at the General Assembly worked on HB 657.

The bill would make changes to high school math in North Carolina by offering a traditional math alternative in addition to Common Core Integrated math.

The bill passed it’s third reading but was placed back on the calendar due to a technical correction needing to be made. Hat tip to Education NC reporter, Alex Granados for that piece of information.

The Senate will make the corrections needed today, June 16th.

Several amendments were added yesterday as well, all of which were passed. Most of the amendments were technical in nature.

View the amendments:

Parents, this is a great opportunity for students to have an alternative to Common Core math in high school.  One of the amendments listed above makes clear that schools are to inform parents that they have this choice.

As this bill progresses, there will be further updates coming.

View prior articles on HB 657.

UPDATE: The Bill was finally engrossed on 6/16/16.
There were two amendments with technical wording changes.

A5: H657-ATC-175-V-2

A6: H657-ATC-178-V-2

About A.P. Dillon

A.P. Dillon is a reporter currently writing at The North State Journal. She resides in the Triangle area of North Carolina. Find her on Twitter: @APDillon_ Tips: APDillon@Protonmail.com
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1 Response to #HB657 Changes to Common Core Math Updates

  1. ALRUI says:

    This is some really good news!


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