New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan signed HB 323 into law which allows individual school districts replace Smarter Balanced with the College Board’s SAT.
Since David Coleman’s tenure with the College Board began they have been faced with one controversy after another that is largely of Coleman’s making.
24% of counselors say students should either ditch the SAT or take it before the redesign changes take effect that will align the test with Common Core.
Common Core architect and College Board President David Coleman recently joined a public forum to discuss “the next America.” His eight-minute speech gives a window into the ideas of those driving education in this country, which many Common Core critics have disagreed with all along. First is the central idea of college as a pathway […]
Checker Finn of the Fordham Institute predicts that Smarter Balanced and PARCC will fade, what does that mean for future Common Core assessments?
SchoolBook recently interviewed David Coleman who is now President of the College Board before his tenure there he was one of the chief authors of the Common Core State Standards. He defended against the charge that 70% of the reading that will be done under the ELA standards are informational texts saying literature remains critical. […]
A couple of our partners were interviewed by Napp Nazworth of The Christian Post. They both expressed concerns about the Federal government’s involvement in promoting the Common Core State Standards and what that could mean for homeschooling and Christian schools in the future. In an interview with The Christian Post, Maureen Van Den Berg, legislative […]