Frustrated Louisiana parents complain that the Common Core review process currently underway in the state is cumbersome.
The candidates in Louisiana’s governor’s race are anti-Common Core, but with the courts putting the ball in the BESE’s court don’t expect any changes soon.
The members of the Louisiana House of Representatives who negotiated new education standards now say BESE is not agreeing to a spirit of compromise.
Louisiana’s biggest cheerleader for Common Core, Board of Elementary and Secondary Education President Chas Roemer, will not seek reelection to the board.
Under a deal reached with a bill, HB 373, there would be additional steps added to Louisiana’s current plan to review and revise the Common Core Standards.
Louisiana mom and activist Sara Wood takes Michael Henderson and Martin West of the Brookings Institute to task for misrepresenting Common Core.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal will introduce legislation that would remove Common Core from Louisiana and replace it with high-quality Louisiana standards.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal issued an executive order on Friday directing BESE to provide an alternative to the PARCC assessment for parents in the state.
The battle over Common Core rages on in the Bayou State as Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal filed paperwork to join several state lawmakers who are suing the state department of education and the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. The New Orleans Times-Picayune reported late last week. “We are excited about the governor joining our […]
I just read this morning an article in The Advertiser, a Louisiana newspaper, that gave an update on the lawsuit happening over Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal’s executive order removing the state from PARCC and halting the implementation of the Common Core State Standards. The attorney representing the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education made […]