Back in December 2014, I first wrote about Common Core, Career and Technical Education and its impact on the Special Needs students. What’s the latest for this population group in Post-Secondary education? Let’s find out in today’s article. Below is the link to the 2014 article: https://www.commoncorediva.com/2014/12/03/tech-thursday-career-techcommon-core-and-alternative-education/ Also related to
Today’s “Riddle Me This” is all about a new effort accredited by AdvancED (so CCSS friendly it’s downright shameful) and growing in NC. We’ll also delve into which other states are involved. The Context: Many of us who are fighting CCSS, have already been able to connect the dots between
Who doesn’t love a great field trip with the class or group? How far as CCSS gone to line up these educational excursions? Let’s see if we can find out! Road Trip Ahead!: I don’t know how much you may or may not know about field trips. I know plenty.
Thus far this week, there’s been a timely inter-connected theme for my :education waivers, Common Core, and our individual states are being impacted. Today’s post is no different. I broke this article late last night to my fellow NC anti CCSS warriors due to the 2 day State Board of
Have you heard of “Springboard”? According to the ‘College Board’s’ website, the product line is a foundation. The description also goes on to tell you how great it, how it’s been proven, and so on. (http://professionals.collegeboard.com/k-12/prepare/springboard) What’s interesting is that to find out about Springboard, you have to go the