Emerson College released a poll last week that showed an overwhelming number of Connecticut voters oppose the Common Core State Standards.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) gave a direct answers about what a federal role in K-12 education should look like at the 2015 Presidential Family Forum in Des Moines, IA.
Massachusetts has not dropped Common Core. They have not given up on Common Core. They gave up on PARCC (sort of).
A late-stage draft of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization has been released that confirms much of what has already been leaked.
The conferees considering the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization passed it with only U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) voting no.
The compromise framework for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) has not been made available for public perusal and the conferees are not being given enough time to go through it.
Leonie Haimson and Cheri Kiesecker with the Parent Coalition for Student Privacy point out the astonishing amount of data being collected on our children.
Education Week on Friday gave us a peek into what compromises were made on the ESEA reauthorization between House and Senate education leaders.
The Louisiana Standards are currently being reviewed and will be revised so now educrats want to drop the term Common Core because it’s “toxic.” The Advocate reports: Brigitte Nieland, who follows public school issues for the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry and backs the changes, noted that the state Board of Elementary and Secondary […]
Without West Virginia getting rid of Smarter Balanced and the Federal government butting out of education affairs it is hard to see any meaningful change.