Stop Common Core, American Principles Project and the Concerned Women of America in Georgia made the following video series on the Common Core State Standards possible. Jane Robbins of American Principles Project gives a broad explanation of the problems of the Common Core.
TheFlyPod.com Media Network
Show host Alex Parniuk interviews Heather Crossin and Erin Tuttle — they discuss the controversy over National Common Core Standards within education.
This video features the following four presentors:
Emmett McGroarty from the American Principles Project
Dr. Bill Evers from the Hoover Institute at Stanford
Jamie Gass, Director of the Pioneer Institute
Kent Talbot, Former counsel to the DoEd under G.W. Bush
Emmett McGroarty, the executive director of the Preserve Innocence Initiative of American Principles Project was on Fox News talking about a recent New York Post article he wrote with Jane Robbins. In the article they outline regulatory changes made by the Department of Education that undermine student and family privacy.
This is an egrigeious violation of privacy that needs to be called out.
The Forces at Work in Education Reform
AUGUST 26, 2011 BROOKINGS VIDEO PODCAST
Warning! Federal Education “Standards” Coming Soon?
August 17, 2011 CATO Institute Podcast audio
National Standards and Tests: An Unprecedented Federal Overreach
Wednesday, Jul 27, 2011 video
Dr. Walt Chappel, Member, Kansas State Board of Education… speaking for himself, not the State Board of Education
Interviewed by Megan Mosack on WIBW Talk Radio in Topeka, Kansas.
If implemented, the CCS will be NCLB on STEROIDS!!
States Threaten To Defy ‘No Child Left Behind’
by LARRY ABRAMSON NPR
Watch this video about student information
Schools Selling Students’ Personal Information
By Amy Davis August 24, 2010 Click2Houston
As cases of identity theft, database hacking, and the sale of personal information increase daily, the need to protect children’s privacy becomes even more urgent. Schools are a rich source of personal information about children that can be legally and illegally accessed by third parties.