Yesterday the Tennessee House votes 97 to 0 to pass HB 1035, a bill that would replace the Common Core State Standards by the 2017-2018 school year. Here is the bill’s summary in full: AMENDMENT #1 rewrites this bill and requires the state board of education to implement a process whereby the set of standards […]
The New Hampshire House and Senate both approved SB 0101 which makes the Common Core voluntary for schools to use. The bill goes to Governor Hassan’s desk.
The Mississippi Legislature voted to end the state’s participation in the Common Core State Standards and prohibit the use of PARCC next school year.
Aaron Bencomo is a 5th grader who testified about the Common Core in front of the Arizona Senate Committee after his mother, Christy, gave him her time.
The Arkansas Senate votes 29 to 0 in favor in HB 1241 which delays any possible future use of PARCC until the 2016-2017 school year.
The gloves are coming off. Legislators who have been roadblocks to legislation that restores local control will be called out and held accountable.
A bill filed in New York would require parents of students in grades 3rd through 8th notification that their children can refuse Common Core tests.
The Kansas House of Representatives is facing funnel week this week. This is the final week that bills have to make it out of committee. Kansas has a fabulous bill in HB 2292, the Local Control of Kansas Education Act, that was introduced last month. There is a committee vote scheduled in the Kansas House […]
Anti-Common Core Bills were filed recently in the Nevada Assembly and Nevada Senate that if passed would void the Common Core State Standards in the state.
HB 2190 and HB 2246 must be voted out of the Arizona Senate Education Committee to move the ball forward on repealing the Common Core State Standards.