New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez has been a roadblock for the Next Generation Science Standards’ implementation in her state. Good for her.
Here is a list of legislation filed filed in 2017 in state houses across the nation dealing with standards, local control, assessments & data privacy.
A New Mexico school district tells parents you do not have a right to opt-out your child from the PARCC assessments. They say students can only refuse.
New Mexico released their PARCC scores. More than 3 out of 4 New Mexico students failed the math portion of PARCC and about half will have to retake it.
The Albuquerque School Board voted 4 to 3 to withhold the $1.4 million it owes the state of New Mexico for the PARCC assessment this year.
The lawsuit challenges New Mexico’s involvement in a non-competitive process that PARCC used in choosing Pearson as a test developer for the consortium.
New Mexico has seen 1000 plus students walk out of their schools in protest over the state’s use of PARCC. One school district had 1,700 opt-out.
State Senator Linda Lopez (D-Albuquerque) makes a second attempt to discontinue the implementation of Common Core State Standards and PARCC in New Mexico.
A running list of Common Core related legislation filed in State Legislatures across the United States. This list will be continually updated.