Shane Vander Hart: South Carolina voters will have the opportunity in November to change their constitution to allow the Governor to appoint the State Superintendent of Education instead of voters electing that position. This is a move that only favors the bureaucracy.
Lindsey Burke of the Heritage Foundation did a great job highlighting losses for Common Core advocates on Tuesday at National Review. Here’s a list: It appears that Common Core critic, Diane Douglas, will be elected as Arizona’s Superintendent for Public Instruction. Richard Woods, another Common Core critic, won as Georgia’s Superintendent of Education. Molly Spearman […]