Richard P. Phelps of Nonpartisan Education Review provides a historical, financial and media analyses of six different Common Core collaborators.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos cited the flexibility of the Every School Succeeds Act (ESSA) speaking at a Council of Chief State School Officers’ gathering, while at the same time, complained about the state plans she has approved just met the “bare minimum.”
In a letter sent to the leadership in the House and Senate Education Committees, the CCSSO asks Congress to keep the annual testing mandate for the states.
American Principles Project, Eagle Forum, Concerned Women for America, Home School Legal Defense Association and several other grassroots conservative groups launched a
By Karen Briske & Christina Leventis State-led, state-led, no really it was state-led! How many times have “We the People” been told
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce released its pro-Common Core video, “It’s Time for the Common Core State Standards” to counter HSLDA’s release
36 groups in 26 states co-signed this letter written by Dr. Karen Effrem, President of Education Liberty Watch and co-founder of the
We’ve been told by Common Core advocates that they were developed by “the states.” The Huffington Post on Friday published a defense
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation spent millions to advance the Common Core State Standards in 2013. From Valerie Strauss at The
The Alabama State Board of Education is set to vote on a resolution that would rescind a 2009 agreement with the National