In a report on reforming the K-12 education regulatory process, Michael Q. McShane advocates for fewer and simpler standards, assessing less, and letting schools choose from multiple assessments.
Frederick M. Hess & Michael McShane wrote an an article for National Review yesterday. They contend that we must develop our own state-level versions of “repeal and replace.” Duh. Thanks for stating the obvious. We’ve got a regular Sherlock and Dr. Watson duo here. It’s quite apparent the esteemed gentlemen from American Enterprise Institute have […]
The Home School Legal Defense Association’s documentary on the Common Core entitled Building the Machine will be released on Monday, March 31st. It will be released through its website – http://www.commoncoremovie.com/ where it will be free to view. Building the Machine introduces the public to the Common Core and its effects on our children’s education. […]
Michael McShane of American Enterprise Institute wrote a guest post at the Washington Post’s education blog, Answer Sheet. He asked, is it really that easy to block the Common Core State Standards? He was responding to the Michigan Legislature pausing funding for the Common Core. To try and stop the Common Core, (Tom) McMillin introduced, […]