(FoxNews) Some of the biggest critics of new lesson plans aligned with the national Common Core standards are the people charged with teaching them.
A growing number of teachers say the national standards, adopted by some 45 states, have combined with pressure to "teach to the test" to take all individuality out of their craft. Some teachers told FoxNews.com the new education approach is turning their lessons into little more than data-dispensing sessions, and they fear their jobs are being marginalized.
"Now teachers aren't as unique," said Michael Warren, a public school history teacher in New Jersey. "It means anyone can do it. It's like taking something done by humans and having it done by a machine."
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