American Government

The federal government sets requirements that all public schools must follow, while state governments set standards listing what students need to learn. This is an example of what constitutional system?
A. dual federalism
B. cooperative federalism
C. layered federalism
D. unitary federalism
My answer is D.

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asked by Jane
  1. I disagree.

  2. Is it dual federalism?

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    posted by Kayla
  3. The correct answers are:
    1.) C
    2.) A
    3.) C
    4.) D
    5.) A
    6.) B
    7.) A
    8.) B

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  4. Are those correct?

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  5. These are all correct! Thank you

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    posted by Teresa
  6. American government lesson 4 unit 8 Quiz:
    1) B-common law
    2)C- felony+D-misdemeanor
    3)A-a grand jury
    4)B- elastic
    5)A-states rights
    6)B-cooperative federalism
    7)B- modern governors have much more authority.....
    8)B- geographically based courts
    9) *essay*

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    posted by zomgirl

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