Betty Peters: Any assertion that Amendment One will free Alabama of the much-detested Common Core State Standards is false.
J.R. Wilson: Do states that make noise about Common Core want to repeal, revise, replace, rebrand, or update their standards?
Sandra Stotsky: CAEP through their embrace of the Common Core State Standards may well be handicapping the teacher preparation programs it has accredited.
Henry A.J. Ramos and Eric C. Abrams write something that is truly mind-boggling. Do they really think federalism applied to K-12 education is “misguided”?
Lynne Taylor: Have you heard of new positions in your States for Deputy Superintendents? These leaders are appointed solely by your current State Superintendent.
The Heritage Foundation and Pioneer Institute co-hosted a panel discussion entitled “Rethinking Federal Intervention in K-12 Education”
Floridians elected a staunch Common Core opponent in Congressman Ron DeSantis (R-FL) to become the Sunshine State’s next Governor.
Jane Robbins: The latest ACT scores show that Common Core has been a great leveler – just not in the way it was promised.
How has Common Core changed what teachers know and do? The Rand Corporation released a report that examines whether or not that is the case.
Pioneer Institute Study: Curriculum centralization has failed to improve international competitiveness—it’s time to re-think curriculum standards-based reform