The Boston Herald’s editorial board calls on the state of Massachusetts on Monday to keep the MCAS in lieu of adopting PARCC as the state’s assessment.
The release of 2015 MCAS results together with preliminary 2015 PARCC testing results provides little new information to help Massachusetts choose.
Pioneer Institute calls on Massachusetts Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Chester to recuse himself from the MCAS/PARCC decision process.
The MBAE study perpetuates a deeply troubling pattern of conflicts of interest marking Massachusetts’ consideration of Common Core and PARCC.
Jamie Gass and Charles Chieppo with the Pioneer Institute highlight in an op/ed in the Worcester News & Telegram how Common Core has impacted education in Massachusetts who once led the nation in K-12 education. It isn’t pretty. They write: Following the landmark 1993 Education Reform Act that provided public schools with a massive infusion of […]