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Attendees at a forum for parents, students and

Attendees at a forum for parents, students and educators boo the state education commissioner as they express their opinions about the rollout of the Common Core, teacher evaluations, testing and student privacy. Videojournalist: Jessica Rotkiewicz (Nov. 26, 2013)

Video Recap: Common Core

Newsday's video coverage of Common Core on Long Island.

Common Core frustrations at East Islip forum

A forum was held at the BayWay Arts

A forum was held at the BayWay Arts Center in East Islip on Thursday for the public to express their frustrations over the Common Core curriculum to state officials, including Assemb. Al Graf, who has introduced an anti-Common Core bill. Videojournalist: Chuck Fadely (Dec. 12, 2013)

A forum was held at the BayWay Arts Center in East Islip on Thursday for the public to express their frustrations over the Common Core curriculum to state officials, including Assemb. Al Graf, who has introduced an anti-Common Core bill. Videojournalist: Chuck Fadely (Dec. 12, 2013)

State education official is booed over Common Core

Attendees at a forum for parents, students and

Attendees at a forum for parents, students and educators boo the state education commissioner as they express their opinions about the rollout of the Common Core, teacher evaluations, testing and student privacy. Videojournalist: Jessica Rotkiewicz (Nov. 26, 2013)

Attendees at a forum for parents, students and educators boo the state education commissioner as they express their opinions about the rollout of the Common Core, teacher evaluations, testing and student privacy. Videojournalist: Jessica Rotkiewicz (Nov. 26, 2013)

At Mineola forum, King defends Common Core

State Education Commissioner John King on Wednesday defends

State Education Commissioner John King on Wednesday defends the state's effort to put Common Core-based curricula in schools and turn over students' data to a private, high-tech corporation, as he receives a generally civil reception from hundreds of people at Mineola High School. Videojournalists: Jessica Rotkiewicz and J. Conrad Williams Jr. (Nov. 13, 2013)

State Education Commissioner John King on Wednesday defends the state's effort to put Common Core-based curricula in schools and turn over students' data to a private, high-tech corporation, as he receives a generally civil reception from hundreds of people at Mineola High School. Videojournalists: Jessica Rotkiewicz and J. Conrad Williams Jr. (Nov. 13, 2013)

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Parents assail Common Core at East Setauket forum

An emotional crowd of parents and educators packed

An emotional crowd of parents and educators packed Ward Melville High School's auditorium and cafeteria Tuesday for a forum with state Education Commissioner John King, cheering speakers who called for a delay in implementing state testing and Common Core academic standards. Videojournalists: Johnny Milano and Jessica Rotkiewicz (Nov. 12, 2013)

An emotional crowd of parents and educators packed Ward Melville High School's auditorium and cafeteria Tuesday for a forum with state Education Commissioner John King, cheering speakers who called for a delay in implementing state testing and Common Core academic standards. Videojournalists: Johnny Milano and Jessica Rotkiewicz (Nov. 12, 2013)

King wants to continue Common Core meetings

New York State Education Commissioner John B. King Jr. was on Long Island on Wednesday and talked about why he canceled a local meeting on the Common Core Curriculum. He said he hoped to continue the meetings. Videojournalist: Ed Betz (Oct. 16, 2013)

New York State Education Commissioner John B. King Jr. was on Long Island on Wednesday and talked about why he canceled a local meeting on the Common Core Curriculum. He said he hoped to continue the meetings. Videojournalist: Ed Betz (Oct. 16, 2013)

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