(FOX NEWS) A Baltimore-area police chief is reviewing the arrest of a man who rose at a town hall-style meeting to challenge the national Common Core standards and wound up in an angry confrontation with an off-duty police officer.

Robert Small, 46, showed up at the public forum Thursday night in Towson, but when he began asking questions about Common Core, the police officer, who was providing security at the meeting, shut him down.

“My question is how does lowering educational standards prepare kids for … college, because that’s what it’s all about?” Small asked in a scene caught on videotape.

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