Parents protest Common Core at P.S. 321 in Park Slope

Parents and teachers say they’re extremely dissatisfied with

Parents and teachers say they’re extremely dissatisfied with the ELA exam.

Parents and teachers are rallying outside a Park Slope school as the controversy continues over the state's Common Core testing.

Protesters from P.S. 321 say they're extremely dissatisfied with the English Language Arts exam, which just wrapped up after three days of testing.

The principal even put out a memo to parents saying that the test had inappropriate content, and is an insult...

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