J.R. Wilson: Do states that make noise about Common Core want to repeal, revise, replace, rebrand, or update their standards?
South Dakota Secretary of Education Don Kirkegaard said, “Common Core standards in South Dakota are officially gone.” That is a misleading statement at best.
The Michigan Legislature had a strong Common Core repeal and replace bill until State Senator Pat Colebeck (R-Canton) offered a weak, watered-down version.
Tennessee’s new academic standards should not be considered a victory for opponents of Common Core as they just approved a rebrand of the standards.
The North Carolina Common Core Review Commission in their final recommendations made modest changes which is not what Common Core opposition is looking for.
The Common Core Review Committee that Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) ordered has begun it’s work. With the state keeping PARCC all we can expect is a rebrand.
It’s hard to remain optimistic about a review of the Common Core that is overseen by the same board who brought them into Arizona to begin with.
Louisiana mom and activist Sara Wood takes Michael Henderson and Martin West of the Brookings Institute to task for misrepresenting Common Core.
During last week’s Twitter rally targeting Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, Women on the Wall held a conference call that featured a number
Politico reported yesterday that Oklahoma lost its ESEA (NCLB) flexibility waiver as a result of repealing Common Core. Indiana, however, received a