The Associated Press last week confirmed what we already knew most of the Common Core “repeals” states have done have been a complete sham.
The West Virginia House of Delegates has a bill that repeals Common Core and replaces it with pre-Common Core standards from California and Massachusetts.
The local media makes it sound like the Kansas House Education Committee gave the Common Core the boot, but in fact they did no such thing.
Oklahoma lawmakers are considering a bill that would require further revision to the new standards that will replace permanently replace Common Core.
On Saturday the West Virginia House of Delegates voted 75 to 19 to repeal the Common Core State Standards adopted by the WV State Board of Education in 2010.
A follow-up to an article I wrote last week. Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin still has not signed HB3399, Oklahoma’s Common Core repeal bill. We originally thought she had until June 2nd to do so, but have learned the deadline is actually June 7th. Below is an email sent from Restore Oklahoma Public Education: As we […]
We reported on Friday that the Oklahoma Legislature overwhelmingly passed HB3399 Oklahoma’s Common Core Repeal bill. Restore Oklahoma Public Education, in a press release sent over the weekend, shared what this bill will accomplish if Governor Mary Fallin signs the bill. Repeals Common Core from state law, creating a framework for standards to be written […]
Michael McShane of American Enterprise Institute wrote a guest post at the Washington Post’s education blog, Answer Sheet. He asked, is it really that easy to block the Common Core State Standards? He was responding to the Michigan Legislature pausing funding for the Common Core. To try and stop the Common Core, (Tom) McMillin introduced, […]