State Representative Andy Thompson (R-Marietta) introduced HB 176, a bill that would repeal Common Core, in the Ohio House of Representatives this month.
The Rhode Island Department of Education decided to abandon PARCC for Massachusetts hybrid MCAS-PARCC Assessment and the SAT.
Jane Robbins: The Foundation for Florida’s Future wants school accountability ratings that are linked to whether students are deemed “proficient” on the NAEP.
North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler announced that she approved “new” math and ELA standards for North Dakota.
The Texas State Board of Education will consider changing their standards to eliminate any references to mathematical process skills.
If Kentucky parents hoped for a Common Core repeal bill they will be disappointed by what Senate Bill 1, going to Governor Matt Bevin’s desk, actually does.
The Iowa Senate may vote to vacate a decision by the Iowa State Board of Education to use Smarter Balanced in place of a new assessment to be ready by 2018.
Shane Vander Hart: SB 524 before the West Virginia Senate had all of the necessary elements of an effective Common Core repeal removed from the bill.
New Hampshire Senate voted 14 to 9 to pass SB 44 a bill that would prohibit state education leaders from requiring Common Core’s implementation in schools.
The West Virginia House of Delegates has a bill that repeals Common Core and replaces it with pre-Common Core standards from California and Massachusetts.