Common Core Copyright Fine for Students?

Common Core Copyright Fine for Students?

Fact or not, I don’t know but put nothing past those with any kind of power.

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Missouri Education Watchdog

As seen on Facebook.  Is this true? This Facebook message has been circulating in several anti-Common Core groups.  Would children actually be threatened with a fine anywhere from $750 to $30,000?  The language mirrors that in the copyright notice from the US Copyright Office: Would this copyright infringement language apply to students?  Read this from Truman University in Missouri: This notice should put a hold on the goal of collaboration (a 21st century skill) for students: I have an idea.  Let’s all write the CCSSO and ask the organization if it would fine a minor with copyright infringement talking […]

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