HSLDA reports that West Virginia State Senator Michael Romano (D-Clarksburg) thinks homeschoolers should have to follow Common Core.
Shane Vander Hart: SB 524 before the West Virginia Senate had all of the necessary elements of an effective Common Core repeal removed from the bill.
The West Virginia Senate Education Committee passed a watered down version of the House Common Core delegate.
The West Virginia House of Delegates passed HB 4014, a bill that would review and revise Common Core, on Friday by a 73 to 20 vote margin.
During the West Virginia Legislature’s joint education committee meeting a draft of bill to repeal the standards next session was presented.
Members of the West Virginia Legislature’s Joint Standing Committee on Education held a public hearing on Common Core standards on December 16th.
With a new Republican majority in the West Virginia Legislature there will be a significant push in West Virginia to repeal the Common Core in 2015.
SB 429 has been introduced in the West Virginia Senate. Its intent is to protect student data, require a complete cost analysis of the Common Core State Standards, and implement a two-year moratorium on assessments to allow for public hearings. It sponsored by State Senators Boley, Nohe, Barnes, Blair, Carmichael, Cole, M. Hall, Jenkins, Sypolt, […]