Sacramento City Unified Superintendent Jonathan Raymond has teamed up with six other school district superintendents to form a nonprofit that will push education reform, it was announced Monday, reports the Modesto Bee. The nonprofit California Office of Education Reform, or CORE, will pursue accountability and review procedures for teachers and implement the common core standards in English and math. These reforms were part of the failed Race to the. Top application submitted by the same seven school districts. More than $3 million in funding has already been pledged to assist the CORE’s reforms…

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