PHOENIX, March 23 – Gov. Ducey this morning left little doubt as what he’ll do if H2190 (schools; Common Core; replacement) reaches his desk. After today’s Board of Education meeting, in which he asked for a review of Common Core to determine if parts of it can be replaced with better, Arizona-made standards, Ducey told reporters that he saw no need for the bill, which would abolish Common Core standards in the state. “I don’t think that legislation is necessary, because we’re going to fix what’s wrong with these standards,” the governor said. Representative Mark Finchem, the bill’s sponsor, told our reporter this afternoon that he hadn’t heard about Ducey’s comments to the board and declined to comment on his statement about H2190.