U.S. Senator David Vitter (R-LA) released a campaign commercial focused on his opposition to Common Core in Louisiana’s gubernatorial race.
Ohio Governor John Kasich (R-OH) was one of the candidates who attended the New Hampshire Education Summit on Wednesday. He was asked “Common Core, do you still support it?” Look, let me tell you what I see what that label is. The Governor of Georgia, Sonny Perdue, and by the way you don’t get elected […]
ThePulse2016, American Principles in Action, and Cornerstone Policy Research released a Common Core score card of the major GOP presidential candidates.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie should have set the course for high-quality standards and reclaim his state’s control over the testing, but he didn’t.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) was spot on in his criticism of the Common Core State Standards during last week’s GOP Debate.
A former White House official said that the Obama administration was always thankful for the work that Jeb Bush did promoting Common Core.
A hat-tip to Karen Effrem of the Florida Stop Common Core Coalition who sent me this cartoon to share leading up to the first Republican presidential debate tonight. A picture is worth a thousand words isn’t it? So I won’t write any more.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush attempted to distance himself from Common Core at the Voters First Presidential Forum, but he can’t run from his record.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker vetoed language in Wisconsin’s biennial budget bill that would codify assessment criteria aligned with the Common Core.
GOP Nominee for KY Governor Matt Bevin: “My position on Common Core and its federal encroachment is very public and unequivocal and has never changed.”