Emmett McGroarty, the executive director of the Preserve Innocence Initiative of American Principles Project was on Fox News talking about a recent New York Post article he wrote with Jane Robbins. In the article they outline regulatory changes made by the Department of Education that undermine student and family privacy. Watch the latest video at […]
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Feds bullying states to use its standards Jane Robbins and Betty Peters September 30, 2011 Atlanta Journal Constitution Having long ago exhausted his patience with the Constitution, President Barack Obama has officially announced that his Department of Education is unilaterally rewriting federal education law.
Jane Robbins, a senior fellow with American Principles in Action, had a piece published at The Public Discourse which was part of their 2012 Election Symposium. Her thesis: Presidential candidates in the 2012 election must be prepared to protect the interests of parents and children nationwide by rolling back the progressive education agenda and returning […]
Ben Swann of Fox 19 in Cincinnati, OH who is nationally known for his “Reality Check” investigative reports did a segment on the Common Core State Standards and highlighted a new partner of ours – Ohioans Against Common Core. You can watch the segment below or here.FOX19.com-Cincinnati News, Weather Stop Common Core, American Principles Project […]
Truth in American Education Advocates Ann Marie Banfield began working as Cornerstone’s Education Liaison in 2009. As an education activist, she took her decade long research on education to Concord. Working with experts in education from across the country, she offers valuable insight into problems and successes in education. She holds a B.A. in Business […]
Ann Marie Banfield: The protections New Hampshire put in place to protect children’s privacy are at risk of being removed for testing vendors’ convenience.
Mary Byrne and Cheri Kiesecker: Invisible analytics, profiling, sharing or selling of data collected without consent or knowledge makes every Internet user vulnerable.
The Collaborative for Student Success belittling parents and ignoring well-founded research that supports their arguments is a poor method of persuasion.