It’s a new work week, anti CCSS Warriors, but that’s okay. For us, it just means more days to fight Common Core, to preserve freedom of educational choice; it’s a new week to reach out to our legislators and say “NO!” to the data mining, the psychological abuse, the workforceContinue Reading

If you’ve not heard of the U.S. Congress’ Career and Technical Education Caucuses, by the end of this article, you will know quite a bit. Websites: http://careerandtechnicaleducationcaucus-langevin.house.gov/ (*Note: this is the U.S. House of Representative’s Caucus) http://www.portman.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/2014/1/portman-kaine-announce-career-technical-education-caucus (*Note this is the press release announcing the Senate’s CTE Caucus from 2014) DifferencesContinue Reading

“Create” (Consortium for Research on Educational Assessment and Teacher Effectiveness). Common Core is all over this Consortium. Here are their own words about their vision, “The vision of the Consortium for Research on Educational Assessment and Teaching Effectiveness (CREATE) is improved student learning, development, and achievement in PK-12 schools, institutesContinue Reading

Before the CCSS, a Brief History: The National Association of State Boards of Education is a public policy, non profit group since 1958. They are dedicated to helping your state B of E be even stronger. Given CCSS’s grasp on our state Bs of E..we’re in trouble. (more history: http://www.nasbe.org/about-us/about-nasbe/) Enter,Continue Reading

Common Core beyond American shores is one thing. CCR (College/Career Readiness), also Common Core aligned, now reaches beyond America as well. Find out more in today’s post. AIR (American Institutes for Research) is a well documented Common Core Standards supporter..to say the least I care to about this organization. So,Continue Reading