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I would also ask myself if all 35,000 of those pages really need to be indexed in Google.
You can create an image out of the Learning Standards verbatim and post this image instead of the text itself.
The learning standards appear on over 35,000 pages as per Google. Each learning standard would be about 1-2 sentences per page of our site. Since our work is mostly interactive exercises, we might have 200 words a page. So 10-20% of each page would be duplicated content in Google's Eyes.
How much duplicate content between pages does a templated site have? Quite a bit, many times more overhead than actual content and Google has no problem in segmenting the page. My opinion only, but one or two boilerplate sentences should be fine.