U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN) should not be surprised that the U.S. Department of Education is not implementing the Every Student Succeeds Act properly.
Lisa Hudson: Unlike what Education Week has reported studies on the adverse effects of excessive use of media on our children has not been limited.
Jay Matthews at The Washington Post wrote another piece about the crisis in our nation’s math instruction under Common Core.
Gov. Charlie Baker (R-MA) is on the fence with Common Core ballot initiative that will be voted on this fall sees PARCC withdrawal with review as enough.
A New Mexico school district tells parents you do not have a right to opt-out your child from the PARCC assessments. They say students can only refuse.
The Alaska Legislature passed an important piece of legislation that recognizes a parent’s right to opt their child out of assessments and certain classes.
After being forced into a primary, Governor Gary Herbert (R-UT) now says he want the Utah State Board of Education to end Common Core and SAGE testing.
The Colorado Legislature is close to passing a student data privacy law that would inform parents about what data collection occurs and provide transparency.
The North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler directed the state’s current standards be rewritten and improved based on Common Core.
The Wyoming Department of Education announced that they are leaving the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium in order to procure a new assessment.