New York State Senate and Assembly members are voting on re-electing four Board of Regents members amid drama over the common core rollout.
Common Core is a curriculum standard for English and Math designed to improve students' college and career readiness.
Teachers say they weren't given sufficient material and guidance to teach to meet the new standards.
Incumbent Regents and their challengers need 107 votes from the Senate and Assembly to win.
A Regent representing the Albany area resigned Monday night.
Assemblywoman Amy Paulin of Westchester says the plan today is to vote to nominate Josephine Finn, in place of James Jackson.
Typically, regents elections go unnoticed, but because of the controversial rollout of the common core, lawmakers are feeling pressure from parents and educators to bring some new blood to the policymaking board.