BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - The so called Common Core "compromise" gained some momentum at the Louisiana State Capitol on Wednesday.
"In our conversations, as we've all worked together, we've added congressional hearings in each district just to guarantee that the public has every opportunity to be involved," Geymann said.
"The intent of the legislation is that the department is allowed to create a one year assessment test," Schroder added.
The bills now head to the Senate floor, the last stop before they reach the governor's desk. Gov. Bobby Jindal supports the compromise plan.