“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.
The Idaho Business Alliance, a group of conservative businessmen, is planning to sue the state of Idaho over the state’s involvement with Smarter Balanced.
Siena College released a poll Thursday that shows only one in five New Yorkers believe that the Common Core State Standards have improved public education.
The release of 2015 MCAS results together with preliminary 2015 PARCC testing results provides little new information to help Massachusetts choose.
The Common Core State Standards and over-testing has led to a 21% increase in the number of homeschooling families in the state of Florida since 2011.
While in Des Moines, Iowa on Tuesday former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) made a few comments about the federal governments role in education.
Common Core advocates admit that the Common Core State Standards Initiative goal of achieving commonality among all 50 states has been a failure.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal’s lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education was dismissed by a federal judge appointed by President Barack Obama.