WEEKLY RECAP: Parents Blast Common Core; Asian Cafe Robbed

A look at the top stories of the past week.

Parents held up signs at the Board of Education meeting in Levittown.
Parents held up signs at the Board of Education meeting in Levittown.
Busy week? No worries. Patch highlighted the top stories of the week so you can catch up on all of the local news. 

This week, the top stories are:

#3 Levittown Board of Education to Adopt Resolution on Common Core - Levittown Superintendent James Grossane on Wednesday night called on his school board to adopt a resolution at the next meeting that calls on the state to re-evaluate Common Core assessments.

#2 Police: Man Robs Asian Cafe of LevittownNassau County detectives said they are investigating a robbery that occurred at Asian Cafe in Levittown on Wednesday night. This was the second Chinese food restaurant incident in the past two weeks; on Oct. 18, an attempted robbery occurred at the China Wok in Levittown.

#1 Parents, Superintendent Blast Common Core at ForumThe message conveyed at Levittown Hall Monday night was clear: The Common Core standards are “hurting the children...and that is the most important issue." 

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