Heather’s Op/Ed in American Thinker: Pulling a Reagan Against Common Core

April 12, 2013 0 Comments

Yesterday Heather had an op/ed published at American Thinker.  Here’s an excerpt: The end of local control of education looms as 46 states have signed onto the Common Core, a set of national K-12 education standards and federally funded tests. Opposition to it, though, is suddenly burgeoning into a full-blown national movement, with 13 states […]

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On to the House!

April 11, 2013 7 Comments

Friends, Wednesday the Senate voted 37 to 13 to pass HB1427!   Thank you for all of your work at educating our Senators.  Here is the coverage of the vote from the Indianapolis Star and Indiana State Impact.   Now is the time to ACT!  Please call as many members of the House as you possibly can […]

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Common Core presentation tomorrow night!

April 10, 2013 1 Comment

All are welcome to attend a free informational presentation on the Common Core and its impact on private/public schools.  This Thursday at 7:00pm at the Knights of Columbus at 71st and Keystone Avenue, Indianapolis, IN. Speakers include: Senator Scott Schneider Emmett McGroarty– Truth in American Education Heather Crossin and Erin Tuttle from Hoosiers Against Common […]

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Indiana’s own “Iron Lady” fights the Common Core

April 9, 2013 6 Comments

Whether you were a fan of Margaret Thatcher’s policies or not, one thing is certain – yesterday marked the end of the life of one of the strongest women to ever grace the pages of history. For many of us, who came of age during the eighties, she will be remembered as the lady who […]

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Twenty-two year veteran teacher from Indiana says No to Common Core!

April 9, 2013 2 Comments

Yet another veteran Indiana teacher stands up and speaks out against the Common Core!  Read Julian Smith’s article, Common Core Standards would take Indiana students backwards , which appeared in the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.  His article begins: As out-of-state investors and pro-privatization education interest groups pour into our state with their deep pockets to […]

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