There won't be a simple answer to the question of what test Louisiana's students will take this year. Governor Bobby Jindal and State Superintendent John White met Thursday to talk about common core, and ended up just as far apart as they were before. The Governor is against the common core standards and the tests developed for them but it has become a disagreement between B-E-S-E and the Governor about power. White says a judge may ultimately have to decide whether B-E-S-E or the Governor's office gets to pick what test Louisiana can buy.
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