Richard P. Phelps of Nonpartisan Education Review provides a historical, financial and media analyses of six different Common Core collaborators.
The Fordham Institute released its survey of 1200 ELA teachers and they have found students read less fiction, content knowledge is slighted, and writing instruction needs help.
Shane Vander Hart: Mike Petrilli with the Fordham Institute gives would-be governors an education policy cheat sheet that they would do well to ignore unless they want to sound like every other candidate droning on about the latest education reform fad.
The Montana Board of Public Education approved new science standards for the state that are remarkably similar to the Next Generation Science Standards.
Teachers in elementary schools who are “generalists” are having a problem with Common Core math according to an article in The Hechinger Report.
Shane Vander Hart looks at some of the results of the Fordham Institute’s recent survey of K-8 math teachers addressing Common Core Math.
Fordham Institute’s report on PARCC v. MCAS reads more like propaganda and lacks the basic elements of objective research.
Common Core advocates admit that the Common Core State Standards Initiative goal of achieving commonality among all 50 states has been a failure.
Mark Twain’s letter unleashed on a snake oil salesman for fraudulent advertising could also address an article written by Fordham’s Petrelli and Pondiscio.
What happens when a state legislator, a group of parents, or some policy or union group raises objections about the Common Core?