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Posted: Monday, August 25, 2014 8:00 am

CLARKSBURG — About 200 people attended the Courtyard Marriott Sunday to hear about Common Core standards in West Virginia from Dr. Sandra Stotsky.

Stotsky, a professor of education emerita at the University of Arkansas, who has a history in education dating back more than 20 years, was called “the world’s most formidable expert on educational standards” Sunday by Angie Summers, a leader in West Virginia Advocates Against Common Core.

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