MSNBC’s Chris Hayes Incorrectly Calls Common Core a ‘Curriculum’

In actuality, Common Core is a set of educational standards, not a standardized curriculum

MSNBC’s Chris Hayes Wrongly Calls Common Core a ‘Curriculum’ (Washington Free Beacon)

Chris Hayes wrongly referred to Common Core as a “standardized curriculum” Monday on All In.

The MSNBC host was describing the program which he said may pose a political challenge for prospective GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush.

“This is something that Jeb Bush is very associated with now. The idea behind the Common Core is basically there should be a standardized curriculum across all 50 states, that everyone – there are certain things that every fourth grader in this country from Alabama, to Maine, to Texas should know,” he said.

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