Common Core was supposed to do a lot of things that aren’t exactly working out as planned. One claim is that federal education standards would streamline testing across the country. As a new graphic from Education Week shows, Common Core testing is all over the map.

More than half the states are using other their own college and career-ready standards or are undecided about which assessment they’ll be using this year. The other half are using Common Core assessments crafted by two federally subsidized consortia. So much for government administrative streamlining–not to mention academic excellence.