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.”
A circuit court judge found that the state of South Dakota did not violate any state or federal laws when adopting Common Core and Smarter Balanced.
Kentucky Education & Workforce Secretary Hal Heiner says he wants to address the state’s achievement gap through charter schools, not repealing Common Core.
The Los Angeles Times editorial board says the Gates Foundation’s failures show philanthropists should not be setting America’s public school agenda.
The Salt Lake City Tribune conducted a poll of 1,500 likely Utah voters and found that they disapproved of the Common Core State Standards and SAGE assessment.
Jane Robbins: Jeb Bush is back in his natural environment of education foundations pushing the agendas of wealthy donors.