Emmett McGroarty of American Principles Project says that support for the Common Core State Standards led to Jeb Bush’s inability to attract voters.
The results of the Iowa Caucuses show that some of the biggest losers in the Iowa are Republicans who advocated for the Common Core State Standards.
Voters need to assess the records, not the rhetoric, of presidential candidates on the Common Core State Standards.
Fred Barnes of The Weekly Standard has drawn the connection between a governor’s support of Common Core and his political fortunes.
The arguments made by establishment proponents of Race to the Top and Common Core, including some presidential candidates continue to implode.
ThePulse2016, American Principles in Action, and Cornerstone Policy Research released a Common Core score card of the major GOP presidential candidates.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) was spot on in his criticism of the Common Core State Standards during last week’s GOP Debate.
A former White House official said that the Obama administration was always thankful for the work that Jeb Bush did promoting Common Core.
A hat-tip to Karen Effrem of the Florida Stop Common Core Coalition who sent me this cartoon to share leading up to the first Republican presidential debate tonight. A picture is worth a thousand words isn’t it? So I won’t write any more.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush attempted to distance himself from Common Core at the Voters First Presidential Forum, but he can’t run from his record.