An education blog called Mindshift has an interesting story that illustrates concerns Kindergarten teachers have had with the Common Core State Standards.
Jane Robbins: Since Common Core architect David Coleman took over as president of the College Board, the scandals or at least embarrassments have come fast and furious.
The New York State Education Department released draft ELA and math standards of which more than half are reportedly different than Common Core.
Where does Elise Arntzen and Melissa Romano, candidates in Montana’s Superintendent of Public Instruction race, land on ridding the state of Common Core?
IL State Representative Reggie Phillips (R-Springfield) said that due to the drop in Illinois’ graduation rates a change needs to happen with Common Core.
Mindy Kornhaber from Penn State, a co-author of a new study tracking Common Core spending, says Common Core is unlikely to boost student achievement.
Bay Shore School District staffers in New York sung a light-hearted parody targeting Common Core, Governor Andrew Cuomo, and opt-outs.
Despite literally millions of pro-Common Core dollars grassroots anti-Common Core parents scored some impressive victories in the Florida primary elections.
Are students missing out on literary classics with Common Core? Of course they are, it’s impossible not to with the shift to informational text.
Jane Robbins: Dishonesty has been a defining characteristic of the campaign to promote and implement the Common Core national standards.