Richard Innes with the Bluegrass Institute explains how high quality standards based education programs work and how Common Core didn’t follow that process.
Jane Robbins: Common Core hasn’t done much for student achievement, but it has spawned a plethora of groups to push the national standards come hell or high water.
Jane Robbins: If Common Core were what it’s cracked up to be, its proponents should welcome assessments that showcase academic improvements.
Richard Innes of The Bluegrass Institute informed me that there are two bills that have been filed related to the Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards. The first bill, Kentucky House Bill 215 calls for dropping the Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards, reasserts state sovereignty over education, and […]
From the Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions: (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – Only one year after Kentucky became the first state in the nation to introduce an education assessment and accountability system aligned with the national Common Core State Standards (CCSS), the program has already hit a major snag. In a decision with national overtones for […]