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Judgment Day Rally at the Statehouse!

April 12, 2014 8 Comments
Judgment Day Rally at the Statehouse!

It’s Judgment Day! The public comment period may be over, but Hoosiers have more to say! Join us April 21st at 1:00pm at the Indiana Statehouse for the Judgment Day Rally. Let the Indiana Education Roundtable see that parents care! Hillsdale College Professor Dr. Terrence Moore will speak and answer your questions! March with us […]

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Knewton holds more data on students than Google holds on users

April 12, 2014 0 Comments

“What if your math syllabus could tell you what to eat for breakfast to score higher on your quiz tomorrow?”  Jose Ferreira, CEO of Knewton, shares his vision for a future where every student receives a truly personalized curriculum best suited to his or her needs. Knewton collects millions of data points about student users […]

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Building the Machine video on Common Core released

March 31, 2014 2 Comments

Must see video from HSLDA just released. Watch it and learn about the Common Core and the inherent risks it presents to all children in every school, public or private.  

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Pence outed by Governor Herbert of Utah on Common Core

March 30, 2014 8 Comments
Pence outed by Governor Herbert of Utah on Common Core

The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) and the Center for Education and Career Innovation (CECI) are treating Common Core opposition like a chef cooking a frog. When you cook a frog, you can’t just throw him into a pot of boiling water, he’ll jump right out. You need his cooperation. This is done by putting […]

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How do standards change curriculum and state assessments?

March 25, 2014 4 Comments
How do standards change curriculum and state assessments?

The most important thing to remember about standards is that whatever is included in them is fair game to be included on testing. Under the NCLB waiver currently enforce in Indiana, teacher evaluations and school rankings will be largely determined by the students results on assessments that measure the content and skills included in the […]

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