The South Dakota Senate voted yesterday 19-15 to pass HCR 1003 a resolution that calls on Congress to abolish the U.S. Department of Education.
Missouri Education Watchdog first reported today that the U.S. Department of Education has sent out a letter to Superintendents of local school districts explaining their “future ready district pledge.” You can find the letter here and I also have the text below: Dear Superintendent, As one of more than 16,000 superintendents leading school districts across […]
I have to tip my hat to Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal. Even though he encountered a setback in court in regards to his executive order pulling Louisiana out of PARCC he forged ahead in his opposition. Jindal has done what frankly every Governor should do – file a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education […]
Conservative leaders who work with groups like BATS & AACTE would be able to gain support from a broad base of liberals & conservatives to curtail the DoED.
By Shane Vander Hart The Casper Star Tribune released a document they received indicating that Wyoming would not receive an ESEA waiver. In a memo from the Wyoming Department of Education that was sent to local school administration they outline several of the reasons: Several challenges prevent Wyoming’s waiver approval. One is the state’s inability […]
The U.S. Department of Education has pushed for more and more centralization of education, they’ve injected their influence into educational standards through Race to the Top. They have bypassed states through their District Race to the Top program. They are not reaching out to school principals through the Principal Ambassador Fellowship program that has been […]
So the Common Core is “voluntary” huh? Indiana could lose their (unconstitutional) NCLB waiver as a result jettisoning the Common Core (for a subpar rebranding, but I digress). Chalkbeat reported last week: On Thursday, Indiana State Superintendent Glenda Ritz received a letter from Deb Delisle, assistant U.S. secretary of education, spelling out concerns about “significant […]