A bill was just introduced in the New York Assembly that would bar schools from using standardized assessment scores on teacher evaluations.
A bill filed in New York would require parents of students in grades 3rd through 8th notification that their children can refuse Common Core tests.
Assemblyman Edward Ra (R-NY) filed A03656 in the New York Assembly that establishes a commission to review of the Common Core and its assessment.
Last week New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and the New York Assembly Education Chair Catherine Nolan released a letter to New York State Education Commissioner John King that expresses concerns about the department’s plan to share student data with an outside vendor. The letter was also signed by 50 Assembly Democrats and it requests […]
Bill A07994 was filed yesterday in the New York Assembly and then referred to the education committee. This bill will halt the implementation of the Common Core State Standards and Race to the Top in the State of New York if passed. Below is the text of the bill: 2013 Race to the Top & […]