The Albany Union Times bid good bye to the Common Core after the New York Board of Regents adopted revised standards, but is it really gone?
The New York Board of Regents look like it will rush ahead with a drawn out Common Core rebrand that kids will be tested on during the 2018-2019 school year.
The New York Board of Regents voted this week to delay teacher evaluations that are associated with the Common Core State Standards.
The number of kids refusing to take Common Core-aligned assessments in New York this spring will far surpass the number of students who did so last year.
Probably the fastest way to end the high-stakes testing culture would be if state education leaders were held accountable and judged by them as well.
New York Education Commissioner John B. King, Jr. admitted to those attending a public forum in Jamestown, NY that the public forums he is holding is just for show. Buffalo News reports: King assured the audience that he is listening to their concerns but said state education officials are “unwavering” in their commitment to implementing […]