Jane Robbins: Jeb Bush is back in his natural environment of education foundations pushing the agendas of wealthy donors.
ACT released a study that demonstrates, once again, that Common Core does not prepare students for college the way that advocates have claimed that it does.
Vector ARC, an alternative to the Common Core-aligned college entrance exams ACT and SAT, could be available soon for homeschoolers and other students.
Delaware and West Virginia may see some changes with their involvement in the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium.
Hampshire College in Amherst, MA decided to not accept ACT or SAT scores from students seeking admissions saying tests don’t predict a student’s success.
ACT released their annual report last week showing that the level of college-readiness is stagnant among U.S. students.
The Arkansas State Board of Education voted 4 to 2 with two abstentions to switch to ACT and ACT Aspire officially ending Arkansas involvement with PARCC.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson sent a letter to Education Commissioner Johnny Key directing the Department of Education to withdraw the State of Arkansas from PARCC.
The Arkansas State Board ruled 7-1 today to reject ACT and to keep PARCC ignoring Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s and the Common Core Review Board’s recommendation.
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson accepted the recommendation of his Common Core Review Council to leave PARCC and use ACT Aspire and ACT instead.