Shane Vander Hart: Our education system did not get to where it is at overnight and change will not happen overnight. Even though our prospects may look bleak there are four ways we can continue the fight in 2018.
There is a new law in Florida that gives parents an ability to challenge textbooks and instructional materials that they find objectionable.
Lynne Taylor and Kirsten Lombard point out that local control is another term that is whose meaning is twisted in an effort to actually subvert it.
Stop Common Core in Wisconsin has an education policy voter guide for the Wisconsin 1st Congressional District GOP Primary between Paul Ryan and Paul Nehlen
Hillary Clinton in her early childhood education plan wants to extend federal influence and control in preschools, day cares and even the home.
I was given the opportunity to interview Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA) after he spoke to the Republican Party of Iowa State Convention (whose delegates passed an anti-Common Core plank) on Saturday. The entire interview can be found at Caffeinated Thoughts. Here is an excerpt detailing that part of the interview: Jindal last week vetoed a […]
Glenn Beck today highlighted the Common Core on his show on The Blaze TV. His guests were Emmett McGroarty of American Principles Project, Sherena Arrington, a political consultant from Georgia, and two teachers from Utah, David Cox and Christel Swasey. Beck in his opening remarks gave a wake-up call for those who may be apathetic […]
Opening two paragraphs of an op/ed at The Daily Caller by Robert Holland of The Heartland Institute says it all when looking at this presidential race through the lens of education policy: Now that Mitt Romney has taken a stand for local and parental control of education and against federalized Common Core standards and tests, […]