Gloria Jean Sweet-Love wrote, in an op-ed, the more people know the more they like Common Core. Recent polling suggests otherwise.
The Idaho Business Alliance, a group of conservative businessmen, is planning to sue the state of Idaho over the state’s involvement with Smarter Balanced.
Siena College released a poll Thursday that shows only one in five New Yorkers believe that the Common Core State Standards have improved public education.
The Common Core State Standards and over-testing has led to a 21% increase in the number of homeschooling families in the state of Florida since 2011.
Common Core advocates admit that the Common Core State Standards Initiative goal of achieving commonality among all 50 states has been a failure.
In Joanne Weiss’ recent essay we finally have a USDED official admit the truth about the federal role in foisting Common Core on to the states.
Geoff Thomas, superintendent of Madison School District 321 in Idaho, fought the implementation of Common Core and Smarter Balanced Assessments.
The Common Core Review Committee that Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) ordered has begun it’s work. With the state keeping PARCC all we can expect is a rebrand.
A poll of West Virginians’ attitude toward Common Core was released and it doesn’t look good for the top-down, one-size-fits-all math and ELA standards.
Louisiana’s biggest cheerleader for Common Core, Board of Elementary and Secondary Education President Chas Roemer, will not seek reelection to the board.