Oh my… do we really have to go there?
She points out what the Obama campaign said a campaign brochure that was released on Tuesday:
- Cutting tuition growth in half over the next ten years; recruiting and preparing at least 100,000 new math and science teachers;
- A plan to “strengthen public schools in every community,” in part by expanding Race to the Top to school districts
- Offering states waivers from the mandates of the No Child Left Behind Act;
- Using community colleges as economic development engines.
Well he’s been pretty upfront. In the debates, Mary Grabar pointed out at P.J. Media that “ObamaCore” has been one of the few accomplishments he’s been able to point to.
Race to the Top may have been the one domestic policy initiative that did not garner the universal ire of Republicans — indeed, it has many GOP supporters. They likely do not realize what a monster they have birthed by promising to follow federal Common Core curriculum guidelines (in math and English/language arts, so far) as part of the Race to the Top contest for $4.35 billion in stimulus funds.
A second Obama term will further erode state and local control over education. Folks, he’s saying he’s going to double down on Race to the Top at the district level – just by pass the states all together – who needs them? He wants to do this in every community. When somebody reveals themselves for who they are – believe them. He wants to continue with his process of NCLB waivers in return for additional mandates.