Montana: “Hey these aren’t Next Generation Science Standards, these standards have been reviewed locally! It doesn’t matter they look extremely similar.”
Jennifer Helms: As science standards around the country are replaced with the Next Generation Science Standards mediocrity in education will rule the day.
One can’t claim the Next Generation of Science Standards are state-driven when they are based on the framework of a DC-based organization with an agenda.
Maine Governor Paul LePage vetoed a bill, L.D. 464, that would require Maine schools to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards because of bad timing.
HB 2292 that would repeal the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards and reinstate Kansas’ previous academic standards in math, ELA and science.
Not everyone is happy, even science teachers, about the West Virginia Board of Education adopting the Next Generation Science Standards.
I mentioned on Wednesday that we’ll be highlighting (Common Core, local control, data privacy, etc.) bills that we hear about in different
U.S. District Judge Daniel Crabtree ruled against a lawsuit filed n Kansas against the Next Generation Science Standards because a lack of evidence.
Below is a guest article submitted by Bob Lattimer who is President of Citizens for Objective Public Education: Ohio Legislature Nixes Multistate
The South Carolina Department of Education sent this press release out yesterday: Columbia, SC – Today, Dr. Mick Zais, State Superintendent of