The U.S. Department of Labor just awarded $11.4 million in state grants to “develop, enhance state workforce databases” to link with education data.
A common set of national standards controlled from DC, even for a limited number of grades, won’t address the problems with a centralized common core.
Gee, I’m so thrilled that Governor Mike Pence “repealed” the Common Core in Indiana. *Snort* Now he’s turning his attention to student
A particularly troubling aspect of the Common Core scheme is the emphasis on massive data-collection on students, and the sharing of that
When it comes to light that corporations such as Google, Apple, and Microsoft are collecting personal data, Americans rightly raise Cain. But