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August 20, 2013 - Marietta: Rebecca Ann Alfaro,14, studies an assignment on the white board inside an analytical geometry class at Marietta High School on Tuesday, August 20, 2013. This class is one of math common core classes. Common Core, a national group of academic standards, has become chum for a school of consortia, not-for-profit groups, consultants and textbook sellers, all of whom stand to benefit financially or have already benefited financially by offering products or services “aligned to Common Core.” JOHNNY CRAWFORD / JCRAWFORD@AJC.COM
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August 20, 2013 - Marietta: Rebecca Ann Alfaro,14, studies an assignment on the white board inside an analytical geometry class at Marietta High School on Tuesday, August 20, 2013. This class is one of math common core classes. Common Core, a national group of academic standards, has become chum for a school of consortia, not-for-profit groups, consultants and textbook sellers, all of whom stand to benefit financially or have already benefited financially by offering products or services “aligned to Common Core.”  JOHNNY CRAWFORD / JCRAWFORD@AJC.COM