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Fighting Common Core: Round 2

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The Illinois Citizens for Better Education are sponsoring Fighting Common Core: Round 2.  This even features a presentation by Dr. Duke Pesta.  Admission is free. Saturday, September 20th at 1:00 pm The Gateway Building 200 NW Water Street Peoria, IL 61602 For more information contact Bill Lopotko at 309-579-2047. You can download the flyer below. […]

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States Fighting Back Map Update

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States Fighting Back Map Update

The Truth in American Education cartographer has updated the States Fighting Back Map called Retaining Constitutionally Guaranteed Liberty and State Sovereignty.  The previous update was released June 24, 2013.  Since that time, fourteen states qualified and have been added to the map.  The added states are Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, New Hampshire, […]

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Kansans to Rally Tomorrow in Topeka to Stop Common Core

Kansans to Rally Tomorrow in Topeka to Stop Common Core

FYI to our readers in the Sunflower State.  Kansans Against Common Core has put together a rally TOMORROW at the State Capitol Building in Topeka.  There is also a hearing for HB 2621 with the Kansas House Education Committee.  All of the information is below, courtesy of Kristin George: We apologize for the short notice, but […]

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Directions in American Education

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Directions in American Education

The Directions in American Education document can be downloaded in pdf form by clicking here or clicking on the image below.

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State Data Deal with Media Should Alarm You

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State Data Deal with Media Should Alarm You

Thanks to KUOW’s article, State Deal to Give Media Organizations Student Data Alarms Privacy Experts, the deal the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) made to provide the Seattle Times with individual teacher and student level data has been exposed. This deal has alarmed more than just privacy experts. I predict it will […]

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MAD – Mothers Respond to Duncan

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MAD – Mothers Respond to Duncan

Press Release: November 19, 2013 FACEBOOK – Miffed Mothers from around the country have their collective hands on their hips in response to U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan’s foot in mouth indictment of “white, suburban moms.” Just two days after Duncan commented “some of the pushback is coming from, sort of, white suburban moms […]

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Community Town Hall on Opting Out of Common Core Data Mining

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Community Town Hall on Opting Out of Common Core Data Mining

The Concerned Parents of Conejo Valley are having a Community Town Hall Meeting.

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Student Privacy and Data Collection Forum to be held in Maryland

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PTA Council of Howard County Presents Student Privacy and Data Collection Forum Monday, November 4 7:30pm – 9:30pm Homewood Center 10914 Clarksville Pike Ellicott City, Maryland The forum is free and is open to the public Join the PTA Council on November 4th to hear from a panel of experts to learn about student privacy […]

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Debate on Common Core in Greenwich, CT

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THE COMMON CORE CURRICULUM WHAT IS IT? HOW DOES IT AFFECT MY CHILD’S EDUCATION? HOW DOES IT AFFECT MY FAMILY? Are you part of the 80% of parents who can’t explain common core? Or, do you have questions for which you have not been able to get answers? Then this is your opportunity to hear […]

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Federal Government to have Access to your Child’s Data via Common Core Assessments

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Federal Government to have Access to your Child’s Data via Common Core Assessments

The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) assessments will provide the federal government access to information about your child. Yes, that is right. And you were never asked as a parent if this is okay with you, were you? How did this happen? Who authorized this? If your state has adopted the Common Core State Standards […]

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