Wisconsin lawmakers are meeting on Tuesday to discuss the Common Core State Standards and are expected to come out with a report recommending whether the state should change or possibly even replace the educational standards
Republican state lawmakers are indicating they will seek to make some changes to the Common Core academic standards that were adopted in 2010.
The Common Core State Standards are benchmarks for learning that public school districts and some private schools around Wisconsin.
West Bend Superintendent Ted Neitzke speaks in support of the Common Core State Standards at a press event in early October.
Wisconsin lawmakers took hours of testimony on the Common Core State Standards at public hearings last month around the state.