States Fighting Back Map Update

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The Truth in American Education cartographer has updated the States Fighting Back Map called Retaining Constitutionally Guaranteed Liberty and State Sovereignty.  The previous update was released June 24, 2013.  Since that time, fourteen states qualified and have been added to the map.  The added states are Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Rhode Island, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Wyoming.

You can download the map by clicking on the down arrow at the bottom of the document. You can get a download link and embed code by clicking the share this file envelope just to the left of the down arrow.

Retaining Constitutionally Guaranteed Liberty and State Sovereignty

Rejecting the Common Core State Standards

The Pending Rejection states are so marked as a result of serious discussion or action taken towards withdrawing from the Common Core State Standards, withdrawing from PARCC or SBAC, delaying implementation of standards or assessments, or not funding the implementation.  The discussions or actions considered include public forums, legislative bills, and hearings on state legislative floors in 2012, 2013, or 2014.

 

Alabama

Arizona

Arkansas

Colorado

Connecticut

Florida

Georgia

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maryland

Michigan

Mississippi

Missouri

New Hampshire

New Jersey

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

Ohio

Oklahoma

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

Most of the links provided above are to legislative bills. It is not possible provide links to all of the media coverage, hearings, and public forums addressing issues related to the Common Core State Standards.  The links above are only provided to show a state meets the stated criteria and qualifies as a Pending Rejection state.

A more complete document containing links to the history and bills can be downloaded at
https://app.box.com/s/o2xocppza49hi6oiu73j .

MN appears on the map as having rejected the CCSS.  MN did not adopt the CCSS for Mathematics.  MN and the other states presented in blue are shown on the Common Core State Standards Initiative map as Not Yet Adopted.
http://www.corestandards.org/in-the-states

Visit the Truth in American Education Related Websites page for links to groups actively working to stop the Common Core State Standards implementation and related issues.
http://truthinamericaneducation.com/about-us/related-websites/

 

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  • Cindy Brooks

    Montana citizens are seeing the light and we’re waking more up everyday! We’ve testified at the interim meeting of the state Education and Local Government committee and will be doing the same at next month’s state Board of Education meeting. Our legislature meets every other year, so we can’t introduce bills till next January. Until them we’ll be educating senators and representatives at every chance we get!

  • Bill

    Illinois State Senator William Delgado (D-Chicago, Elmwood Park) has introduced bill SB 3092. The bill amends the P-20 Longitudinal Education Data System Act to further protect the privacy of identifiable student data.

    • http://shanevanderhart.com/ Shane Vander Hart

      Thank you for the update.

  • Bill

    There is HB4558 in Illinois that is up for second reading.Amends the Illinois School Student Records Act. Adds as a condition that the parent or eligible student (defined as a student who has reached 18 years of age) provide prior, specific, dated, written consent designating the person to whom the records may be released and, at the time any such consent is requested or obtained, the parent or eligible student is first advised in writing of the specific purpose of the release, transfer, disclosure, or dissemination and has the right to inspect and copy such records, to challenge their contents, and to limit any such consent to designated records or designated portions of the information contained in the records. Provides that a separate, prior, specific, dated, written consent shall be required from the parent or eligible student for each release, transfer, disclosure, or dissemination of school student records or information.