Comparing two Common Core-related bills offered in the Ohio House only one would guarantee a repeal of the Common Core State Standards in the Buckeye State.
State Representative Andy Thompson (R-Marietta) introduced HB 176, a bill that would repeal Common Core, in the Ohio House of Representatives this month.
The Ohio House overwhelmingly passed a bill that would eliminate PARCC and restrict the amount of testing done in the state.
House Bill 597, a Common Core repeal bill, passed out of the Ohio House Rules Committee on a 7-2 vote. The Columbus Dispatch reports: House Bill 597 would eliminate math and English/language arts standards and replace them for three years with standards from Massachusetts that were in place before that state adopted Common Core. New […]
This week the Columbus Dispatch released a poll that shows the Common Core has little support among Ohio voters. The poll of 1,185 registered voters has a +/- margin of error of 2.7 %. They asked the question of those surveyed, “from what you know, do you support or oppose the Common Core educational standards […]
The Columbus Dispatch reported yesterday that Ohio House Republicans introduced a new bill that would replace the Common Core State Standards. The goal is to pass the bill one week after the November election, when the House reconvenes after breaking in early June, Huffman said. “Speaker (William G.) Batchelder wanted to make clear … and […]
From Ohioans Against Common Core: The calls worked! Tonight on the House floor, we witnessed the power of the individual – dedicated to the cause of liberty – bear fruit. Our just days old Action Item has been executed and won. The House voted affirmatively on an amendment to the budget removing the PARCC assessment […]