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 State Education Department released draft ELA and math standards of which more than half are reportedly different than Common Core.
The New York State Education Department released 75% of the questions used on their Common Core Assessments for 3rd through 8th graders in math and ELA.
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.
What happens to state education chiefs who have largely been a failure in their role, but are Common Core advocates? They get promoted of course!
Interesting poll from Siena College. Voters continue to be divided by the New York State Education Department’s implementation of the Common Core, with 36 percent saying they are too demanding, 24 percent saying they’re not demanding enough and 23 percent saying they are about right (34-27-23 percent in November). And division continues on confidence in […]
By Michael Bohr There is a very brave young man in NY by the name of Matthew. He is 12 years old and has some serious learning challenges that he was in control of and learning to excel beyond them.That was until the middle of the 5th grade when the Common Core arrived two years […]