Sandra Stotsky’s Testimony Before Indiana Senate Education Commitee

December 5, 2012 6 Comments
Sandra Stotsky’s Testimony Before Indiana Senate Education Commitee

Sandra Stotsky, professor of education reform at the University of Arkansas testified about the Common Core ELA Standards before the Indiana Senate Education Committee on January 23, 2012. Sandra Stotsky – Testimony Before Indiana Senate Education Committee on Common Core

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The Road to a National Curriculum

December 5, 2012 0 Comments
The Road to a National Curriculum

A white paper by the Pioneer Institute, the Federalist Society , American Principles Project and the Pacific Research Institute discuss the legal aspects of the Common Core State Standards, Race to the Top and Conditional Waivers written by Robert S. Eitel and Kent D. Talbert. Is the involvement of the Federal government in the Common […]

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Lindsey Burke Testimony to Indiana Senate Education Committee

December 5, 2012 0 Comments
Lindsey Burke Testimony to Indiana Senate Education Committee

Lindsey Burke, senior policy analyst at The Heritage Foundation, gave testimony January 25th, 2012 about the Common Core State Standards to the Indiana Senate Education Committee.  We have it embedded below. Lindsey Burke of The Heritage Foundation – Indiana Senate Testimony

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Radio Interview: Taking the Airwaves in Indiana

December 5, 2012 0 Comments

We have had the opportunity to go on the Greg Garrison Show to discuss the Common Core State Standards and how it impacts Hoosiers.  The podcast above is an interview with Erin Tuttle, Heather Crossin, Emmett McGroarty of American Principles Project and Jamie Gass of the Pioneer Institute.

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Common Core Myths vs. Facts

November 28, 2012 9 Comments
Common Core Myths vs. Facts

Myth
.  Common Core (CC) was a state-led initiative. Fact
.  The CC standards were initiated by private interests in Washington, DC, without any representation from the states. Eventually the creators realized the need to present a façade of state involvement and therefore enlisted the National Governors Association (NGA) (a trade association that doesn’t include all governors) […]

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