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The “Fib-o-Meter” Friday post is taking a moment to honor teachers everywhere.  Anti CCSS facts and fallacies will return next week.
To all the teachers I serve day in and day out as we stand shoulder to shoulder together to fight Common Core Standards, Career Tech Education, and the CCSS Machine in general, Happy Friday to you!

It’s the last day of Teacher Appreciation Week. I’d be remiss if you didn’t know how much I thank you for all you do. Especially in this modern age of too much federal overreach, too many P3 (public, private partnerships) grasps at running education, and how hard pressed you are to remain in the profession you chose. As a fellow educator, I salute you. You are an inspiration every day you get up, go to work, and face the CCSS laden classes.

It’s my honor to serve you, to give  you fact based evidence on a daily basis, so you can know what’s behind the many layers of fallacy we’ve come to see when anything related to CCSS shows up. I especially thank those educators who’ve reached out to me: either for help or to say ‘you nailed it, Lynne!’ When I began my fight against CCS/CTE and any national standard, I had no idea I’ve been able to help so many people. We may not always agree, but I’m glad we are on the same side.

For the educators who are Moms, I’d like to wish you a Happy Mother’s Day Weekend. You lead not only in the classrooms, but in your homes. For some of you, your classroom IS your home! Thank you for ALL that you do.

Know that I’m always ready to share information that is presented in ways you can use as tools in the fight against the CCSS Machine. Please let me know if there’s a struggle you face with CCSS/CTE; if I can help, you know I will. Thank you for your trust. Thank you for being my fans.

You are so worth fighting for, my fellow anti CCSS warriors. Let's continue to do this for our students!
You are so worth fighting for, my fellow anti CCSS warriors. Let’s continue to do this for our students!

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