A report released by the New York State School Boards Association states that New York’s new standards being developed will be like Common Core.
Carol Burris with the Network for Public Education, explains how Buffalo, NY is punishing students whose parents opt them out of Common Core assessments.
High Achievement New York wants an anti-Common Core website they disagree with removed and are encouraging New York State Legislators to help.
Katie Lapham, a 3rd grade ESL teacher, points out that the New York Common Core assessments included confusing questions and passages not at reading level.
The assessment opt-out movement in New York is alive and well and growing as students take the Common Core ELA Assessment this week.
The New York State Department of Education has tweaked the state’s Common Core Assessments in order to encourage parental opt-ins instead of opt-outs.
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.
A study was released that showed underprivileged students in New York State were struggling with the new Common Core-aligned Algebra Regents Exam.
Brian Zorn, a special education teacher in Mineola, NY, explains how New York’s Common Core assessments leave his students behind.