Sara Wood, a parent and education advocate in Louisiana, wrote an open letter to the Louisiana Senate Education Committee after they killed SB73.
Comparing two Common Core-related bills offered in the Ohio House only one would guarantee a repeal of the Common Core State Standards in the Buckeye State.
Educrats in West Virginia believe that the State Board of Education already complies with a new Common Core prohibition because they tweaked the standards.
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 Utah Legislature passed a resolution calling for the repeal of mandates within ESEA and the abolishment of the U.S. Department of Education.
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.
The New Jersey Assembly in a 69 to 3 vote instruct the State Board of Education to vacate the rule requiring students pass PARCC in order to graduate.
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.