Hillary Clinton announced her Presidential bid yesterday.
So where does the former First Lady, U.S. Senator from New York and Secretary of State stand on the Common Core State Standards?
Bob Kellogg at EAGNews.com points out that she was at the center of the Common Core before it was Common Core thanks to a gentleman by the name of Marc Tucker who was famous for a particular letter he wrote to Mrs. Clinton.
The New York Times notes the tension that exists with Clinton’s education policy. She’s going to have to eventually answer the question, but noting her history I can’t say I’m confident she’ll come out as a local control advocate opposed to Common Core.