The EdReports.org gave poor reviews to four out of the first five Common Core math textbooks they reviewed, and they are funded by the Gates Foundation.
Arizona students did not see much improvement in their AZMerit scores from the 2014-2015 school year. AZMerit is the state’s Common Core-aligned assessment.
The74.org in their article “The Exit Exam Paradox: Did States Raise the Standards So High They Had to Lower the Bar to Graduate?” start with a false premise.
Andrew Ujifusa of Education Week writes that SETRA (Strengthening Education Through Research Act) is lagging, but not quite dead in Congress.
Dozens of groups have joined Liberty Counsel to object to the plan for the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) to assess student mindsets.
Teachers in elementary schools who are “generalists” are having a problem with Common Core math according to an article in The Hechinger Report.
Shane Vander Hart looks at some of the results of the Fordham Institute’s recent survey of K-8 math teachers addressing Common Core Math.
Supporters of the ballot initiative who seek to repeal Common Core in Massachusetts have to wait to see if their question will end up on the ballot.
The Washington State Republicans passed a student privacy resolution and an anti-Common Core platform plank at their recent state convention last month.
Perri Klaus, MD objects to discarding handwriting, and in an op/ed in The New York Times explains why it is still essential even in a “keyboard age.”