Michelle Malkin: Common Core as Trojan Horse

March 16, 2013 0 Comments

Don’t miss Michelle Malkin’s fifth Common Core article, “Common Core as Trojan Horse.”  It focuses on what Malkin calls the “the creepy federal data-mining racket.”  She begins with  the following: Last week, I reported on the federal government’s massive new student-tracking database, which was created as part of the nationalized Common Core standards scheme. The […]

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Where does your child’s educational data go?

March 11, 2013 1 Comment

Sheila Kaplan gave testimony read it here before the Missouri state legislature regarding the collection and sharing of students’ personally identifiable information outside the school district and even beyond the state level. Who has permission to see and use your child’s data? What information is released to these unknown groups? Why don’t parents even know it […]

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Common Core: The sale of our children

March 9, 2013 0 Comments
Common Core: The sale of our children

Citizens of Indiana are abuzz about the new onslaught of commercials trying to sell the rotten Common Core.  Stand for Children (SFC), the deep pockets that funded this media blitz, has bought advertising on seemingly every radio, T.V., and cable station around.  They even have the audacity to advertise during conservative talk radio shows, which […]

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School lunch mandates trump academic mandates?

March 5, 2013 0 Comments

Outrage over federal mandates dictating what schools should serve to students for lunch is gaining media exposure. While this is an issue deserving attention, where is the outrage over the brain food are children are being served in the form of the Common Core Standards? According to Fox News, new school lunch regulations placed on […]

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Principal claims she was naive about Common Core

March 4, 2013 3 Comments

Carol Burris, a principal in New York, was once a staunch supporter of the Common Core standards. She even wrote a book called  “Opening the Common Core,” on how to help schools meet the common core through a rich curriculum and equitable teaching practices. She wrote it because “we thought that the Common Core would […]

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