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State superintendent provides example of new core standards

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By Jennifer Johnson

Forum News Service

GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Several Lake Agassiz Elementary students sat quietly on stage Tuesday inside the Empire Arts Center in Grand Forks as the state’s highest education official read a story about Charlie, a ranch dog, and his friend, Suzie.

“Suzie, unfortunately, doesn’t have the paws I have, or the droopy eyes, or the floppy skin,” Superintendent Kirsten Baesler said.

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Jennifer Johnson
Jennifer Johnson covers K-12 education for the Grand Forks Herald.  
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