There are 36 gubernatorial contests in 2018 with 269 declared candidates. What are they saying about education? According to Rick Hess and Sofia Gallo at American Enterprise Institute, not so much.
In 2009, as an Ohio State Senator, Jon Husted supported Race to the Top, the federal grant program that helped to push Common Core onto states.
Congressman Jim Renacci (R-Ohio) in a TV ad accused the other candidates in Ohio’s Republican Gubernatorial Primary of supporting Common Core.
An open letter to GOP U.S. Senate candidates WV Attorney General Patrick Morrisey and Congressman Evan Jenkins (R-WV) about Every Student Succeeds Act.
Dr. Tony Evers, Wisconsin’s Superintendent of Public Instruction, who adopted Common Core State Standards wants to challenge Governor Scott Walker.
South Carolina Lt. Gov. Kevin Bryant has pledged to oppose Common Core and fight federal education mandates as a candidate for Governor of South Carolina.
Anti-Common Core candidates saw several victories in Governor races, state school chief races, school board races, and in state legislatures.
Shane Vander Hart: President-Elect Trump is more likely to positively address federal overreach into education something Hillary Clinton would not have done.
Where do the candidates in the North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction race, Kirsten Baesler and Joe Chiang, stand on Common Core?
Wikileaks uncovered an excerpt of a private speech that Hillary Clinton gave in 2014 where she called Common Core a “political failure.”