Santaluces High School was abuzz this week with thousands of summer school students getting a few extra lessons before the start of classes this fall.
But at this summer school, the pupils were actually teachers and principals.
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Educators across the state are preparing to implement new Common Core State Standards into their classes this fall. Common Core will soon replace Florida’s standards in English language arts and math. Most students this year will be taught using a blend of the current standards and Common Core; beginning in the 2014-2015 school year, all Florida students are expected to be taught and tested according to Common Core.