The help line teachers can call for assistance during New Jersey’s first day of using PARCC went down for more than two hours.
The New Jersey Assembly Votes 63 to 7 in favor of A4190 which would delay the impact that PARCC would have on the state’s students and teachers.
The New Jersey Assembly Education Committee advanced a bill that would prohibit the Department of Education from using the PARCC in certain circumstances.
New Jersey parents, taxpayers and teachers express their frustration with the Common Core State Standards and PARCC at a public hearing held in Jersey City.
Via Asbury Park Press: Gov. Chris Christie may have a bill on his desk by the of the week that delays by at least two years the use of new student assessments linked to the Common Core state standards. The state Senate has scheduled a vote for Thursday afternoon on legislation (A3081) that establishes an […]
Jan Lenox with Concerned Citizens of Southern New Jersey sent out the following email this morning which I’m sharing with her permission. It’s great to see some progress on Common Core opposition in the Garden State. Dear friends, Many of you may have already gotten this news, however, if not here it is. Like […]
A running list of Common Core related legislation filed in State Legislatures across the United States. This list will be continually updated.