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Common Core standards key issue in state schools chief races (access required)

The superintendent of public instruction race rarely draws attention and rarely produces much buzz. This year figures to be different, following the revelation that Republican incumbent John Huppenthal made numerous offensive anonymous online comments and Republican fears over the state’s learning standards, Arizona’s College and Career Ready Standards, known nationally as Common Core.

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