California education leaders are warning parents and policymakers to use California’s Smarter Balanced Assessment scores “with caution” prior to their release.
The Associated Press last week confirmed what we already knew most of the Common Core “repeals” states have done have been a complete sham.
David Lantz: America has ignored the Forgotten Student and succumbed to what Alan Bloom called “The Closing of the American Mind.”
South Dakota students who earn a level 3 or 4 on the Smarter Balanced Assessment will receive a general acceptance letter from the state’s public universities.
Oregon schools showed a drop in proficiency in math and ELA as last school year’s Smarter Balanced Assessment scores were released.
Following up “The Next Generation Science Standards Are Already Politicized,” Shane Vander Hart points out the standards are bad without the politicization.
Education LIberty Watch reminds that we have until September 20, 2017 at 11:59pm (EDT) to submit comments asking pre-2012 FERPA rules to into effect.
New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez has been a roadblock for the Next Generation Science Standards’ implementation in her state. Good for her.
High school juniors in West Virginia will take the SAT college entrance exam instead of the Smarter Balanced Assessment starting in Spring of 2018.
On the verge of being fired, Alabama’s State Superintendent of Education, Michael Sentance, resigned prior to the Alabama State Board’s scheduled meeting.