A group of pro-Common Core educators and business leaders seek to keep the referendum on Common Core off the ballot in Massachusetts in November.
Indoctrination creeping into textbooks predates Common Core and will continue to exist once Common Core is no longer around.
While it is unlikely that Common Core caused California’s teacher shortage, it is likely that it will exasperate the problem down the road.
Peter Wood of the National Association of Scholars gives a the grim prognosis that the damage caused by Common Core will last for years to come.
Frustrated Louisiana parents complain that the Common Core review process currently underway in the state is cumbersome.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) attacked New Jersey Governor Chris Christie over his support of Common Core, but his own record needs help.
Project Veritas released their second video, and like the first the subject is an employee of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt who says making money is the goal.
The Sioux Falls Argus-Leader reports that the South Dakota Board of Education plans to review the Common Core State Standards.
Project Veritas records Houghton Mifflin Harcourt account manager Dianne Barrows admit the company is just in it for the money. Should this surprise us?
Common Core has been a dividing wedge between parents and students, especially in math while sitting at the homework table, and this is by design.