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outlining the creation of new content standards and prohibiting the use of Common Core standards – was soundly defeated 89-0Rep Mike Nathe chairman of the House Education Committee that gave the bill a 9-4 do-not-pass recommendation said the “vast majority” of teachers and school administrators support the Common Core standards and assessments which state Superintendent Kirsten Baesler said were developed with input from more than 130 North Dakota educators“What is wrong with raising the bar and challenging our students” Nathe saidRep Jim Kasper R-Fargo the bill’s lead sponsor framed the issue as a choice between regaining state sovereignty over decisions affecting North Dakota’s education system or allowing out-of-state entities and an overreaching federal government to make decisions He said lawmakers had received 700 to 800 emails from parents teachers and even some school administrators“They are terribly concerned about the impact Common Core is having on our kids here in North Dakota” he saidJerry Ketterling a Bismarck parent who testified in favor of the bill during its committee hearing said he was disappointed in the bill’s defeat“It’s clear the Legislature’s representatives are not listening to the people” he said noting 1400 petitions were submitted from people across the state opposed to Common CoreLegislative rules allow the bill to be brought back for reconsideration by any representative who was part of the prevailing vote or absentThe 90-minute debate got off to an unexpected start when Rep Mike Schatz R-New England successfully moved to withdraw a minority report proposing amendments that were rejected by the committee The report underscored the division within the Republican Party on the Common Core issue and it would have been an unusual step: House Majority Leader Al Carlson R-Fargo said it was the first time during his 22 years in the House that he could recall a majority party member bringing a minority report to the chamberKasper said the report “had some flaws in it” that didn’t reflect the bill’s true intentReferring to the “deep divide” between bill supporters and opponents Rep Cynthia Schreiber Beck R-Wahpeton said the committee’s majority determined that the bill “would not be a workable beneficial law for North Dakotans”Nathe said the consortium of which North Dakota is a governing member “works for the states it’s not the other way around” He said withdrawing from the 21-state group could put North Dakota in violation of federal testing requirements and threaten $35 million in federal funding for low-achieving students and those eligible for free and reduced meals“It’s not worth the risk” he saidRep Rick Becker R-Bismarck raised concerns that local curriculum will be affected because teachers will teach to the tests developed by the consortium based at the University of California Los AngelesAnother bill supporter Rep Christopher Olson R- West Fargo argued that North Dakota could seek out other assessment 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from fall 1928 until May 1930 beginning when she was just 18 years old"(I) walked a mile and a half to the one room school where I had all eight grades" Johnson wrote "I worked all summers preparing lesson plans and worked until 10:30 on school nights for $100 a month"Olson recalls how much patience Johnson must have had to be able to handle all eight grades in one room"There was a bench (in the front of the room)" Olson said "So the first-grade kids got up first and sat on that bench and they had their schooling When they were done the second grade went up and then the third grade and then they went right along"Johnson wrote in her journal about having to deal with students who had illnesses such as typhoid fever and scarlet feverBut neither disease nor the mile-and-a-half walk to and from school each day deterred Johnson from her callingAfter two years at Whitefish she moved on to a little school in Mildred – a small community in Pine River Township – for four years From there she 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