Anti CCSS/CTE warriors, if you’re like me, you’ve noticed a distinct makeover of post secondary education and/or the education paths leading up to it, which are willing and able to align themselves to the Common Core Machine. The question is, will we, the OPPOSED to Common Core, speak up enough
Common Core Warriors, listen up! An exciting opportunity awaits you. “Prevent Common Core” (website, Facebook, and Twitter) is looking for dedicated writers who want to help spread the word about why the Core has GOT to go! (website: http://preventcommoncore.com/) I’ve been honored to be a part of the writing trio for
The Playlist: I’m setting up a playlist of song titles that I think Common Core makers who run the CCSS Machine (meaning not just the Standards, but all the products, services, initiatives, programs, curricula, and other money making aspects) would be spinning at the DJ booth, if they had one.
Common Core Fever has caused some states to get too haughty, or too big for their britches. Let’s examine. First, a bit of background: “Too big for your britches”. It’s meaning is ‘one is too conceited, thinks too highly of oneself’. Common Core has given some states, like NC, the dilemma
I only recently heard of “CREATE” and if I’d not really been paying attention, I would of just glossed over it. However, knowing the Common Core Machine has so many overreaching parts, it’s worth a look. CREATE: The acronym for “Consortium for Research on Educational Assessment and Teaching Effectiveness”. Their