The Boston Herald’s editorial board calls on the state of Massachusetts on Monday to keep the MCAS in lieu of adopting PARCC as the state’s assessment.
Microsoft Founder Bill Gates during his remarks at the USP Education Learning Forum in Seattle on Wednesday said that the nation is on the right track with Common Core.
The Baton Rogue Area Chamber parrots the same warning made by Common Core advocates about an expected drop in assessment scores to spin the impending news.
It is hard to tell whether the New York Daily News editorial about John King’s appointment as Acting Secretary of Eduction was serious or if it was satire.
Gloria Jean Sweet-Love wrote, in an op-ed, the more people know the more they like Common Core. Recent polling suggests otherwise.
Yet another Common Core failure. When different states define “proficient” differently it makes it extremely difficult to compare states.
President Barack Obama’s selection of john B. King to replace Arne Duncan as head of the U.S. Department of Education is not an improvement.
“I am extremely concerned about my children being used as guinea pigs in the Department of Education’s misguided quest to reinvent the mathematical wheel.”
The deposition of Sue Ellen McGuire, the county’s assessment director, in Delk v. Ohio County BOE shows how little we know about Smarter Balanced.
Hampshire College in Amherst, MA decided to not accept ACT or SAT scores from students seeking admissions saying tests don’t predict a student’s success.