Jane Robbins: The Foundation for Florida’s Future wants school accountability ratings that are linked to whether students are deemed “proficient” on the NAEP.
Jane Robbins & Erin Tuttle: Does President Trump realize the threats to his education legacy that are being planted by his personnel choices and by congressional “frenemies”?
Frank Cannon, president of American Principles Project, said that school choice advocate Betsy DeVos would be the wrong choice for Secretary of Education.
Former Governor and presidential candidate Jeb Bush appeared to have an uncomfortable conversation at Harvard Graduate School of Education on Common Core.
Karen Effrem: The House Appropriations Committee took some very commendable action in with regard to the education budget in general and some important specifics.
Jane Robbins: Jeb Bush is back in his natural environment of education foundations pushing the agendas of wealthy donors.
Emmett McGroarty of American Principles Project says that support for the Common Core State Standards led to Jeb Bush’s inability to attract voters.
The results of the Iowa Caucuses show that some of the biggest losers in the Iowa are Republicans who advocated for the Common Core State Standards.
Voters need to assess the records, not the rhetoric, of presidential candidates on the Common Core State Standards.
Fred Barnes of The Weekly Standard has drawn the connection between a governor’s support of Common Core and his political fortunes.