Building the Machine; Common Core Trailer

December 6, 2013 1 Comment
Building the Machine; Common Core Trailer

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Catholic scholar responds to criticism of letter to the bishops

November 28, 2013 4 Comments
Catholic scholar responds to criticism of letter to the bishops

Common Core supporters can’t help but offer one weak, conflicting argument after another. When your position is so far from the truth, it seems to be the only available strategy. A letter sent to the US bishops, signed by 132 Catholic scholars, called upon them to oppose the adoption of Common Core by Catholic archdioceses. The […]

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Indiana legislators vote 6-1 to replace Common Core Standards

November 15, 2013 15 Comments

The Indiana legislative study committee convened today to vote on a resolution that recommended Indiana write NEW standards which are governed locally, not at the federal level. The resolution was the first in the country and followed the lead of Governor Mike Pence calling for “standards written by Hoosiers, for Hoosiers.” The committee Republicans UNANIMOUSLY […]

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Don’t miss this great event on Common Core!

November 12, 2013 1 Comment

Presentation: “Common Core: Who’s in Control of Education?” If you’d like to place parents back in control of their children’s education then come join us:   When: Saturday, November 16, 2013     9:00 am to 12:00 noon Who: Doug Meyer of Alliance Defending Freedom, Representatives from Parental Rights.org, and a panel featuring House Education Committee Vice Chair Rhonda Rhoads as well as […]

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Friedman Foundation says NO to Common Core

November 8, 2013 1 Comment
Friedman Foundation says NO to Common Core

 Looks like that’s one more for the good guys! The Milton Friedman Foundation released their stance on the Common Core Standards today. They have never been in support of the national standards, but until today they did not have a public position. It was worth waiting for as the language was quite strong: “Ultimately, the […]

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