Hoosier Newspapers Point Out Common Core Critique

October 22, 2012 0 Comments

By Shane Vander Hart The first is an op/ed from the South Bend Tribune written by Joy Pullman.  Pullman is managing editor of School Reform News and a research fellow in education at The Heartland Institute. She writes: Superintendent Tony Bennett is likely to win re-election this fall. But as he campaigns these last few weeks, Bennett would […]

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We Need More School Board Candidates Like This

October 19, 2012 0 Comments

Glenna Jehn, a school board candidate in Ft. Wayne, IN is a model for future board candidates we should be recruiting.

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Ft. Wayne Journal Gazette: For Indiana Common Core is a Step Backward

October 1, 2012 0 Comments

A second paper in N.E. Indiana came out in opposition to the Common Core State Standards. Ft. Wayne Journal Gazette recognizes it as a step backwards for Hoosiers.

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Kurtz: Common Core Could Launch New Tea Party Uprising

September 25, 2012 0 Comments

By Shane Vander Hart Stanley Kurtz recognized at National Review that school lunches is just the tip of the iceberg with federal overreach into education.  He brings up the work our partner, Heather Crossin, is doing in Indiana and how Obama could spark a 2nd Tea Party Awakening. I just came back from a conference where I heard a mom […]

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Battling the Common Core in Indiana

August 24, 2012 0 Comments

By Shane Vander Hart An article in the Indianapolis Star today demonstrates the impact that can be made in battling the Common Core State Standards.  Tony Bennett, the Indiana State Superintendent of Education who is an elected official, has found that his challenge for re-election has been on the right, not on the left with […]

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