Education Week just released a new interactive map that shows where states stand with the Common Core State Standards.
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.
Education Week reports that eight states plan to collaborate to develop standards in order to encourage social-emotional learning in their local schools.
Andrew Ujifusa of Education Week writes that SETRA (Strengthening Education Through Research Act) is lagging, but not quite dead in Congress.
U.S Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN) till insists that the Every Student Succeeds Act still prevents federal mandates like Common Core
Ze’ev Wurman: Absent in this discussion about Gates Foundation mea culpa is the mediocrity of Common Core, which the Foundation hasn’t yet acknowledged.
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.
PBS News Hour highlighted digital education along with student data privacy concerns in their “Making the Grade” segment.
Education Week in an article yesterday noted the absence of student data protection in the ESEA reauthorization conference report called the Every Student Succeeds Act.
Matt Bevin, a Republican who is opposed to the Common Core State Standards, beat the Democrat Attorney General Jack Conway in Kentucky’s Gubernatorial race.