Celebrations by parents, teachers, and taxpayers across the political spectrum over the purported death of Common Core in Indiana may have been premature. When legions of outraged Hoosiers forced lawmakers to pass legislation dropping the Obama administration-pushed nationalization of K-12 education, which Republican Gov. Mike Pence signed on Monday, they thought that would be the end of the deeply controversial standards. However, now that drafts of Indianaâ€™s â€śnewâ€ť standards have emerged, it is clear that they were largely copied and pasted from the scandal-plagued Common Core.
Officials still celebrated the bill, perhaps hoping nobody would notice or care. â€śI believe our students are best served when decisions about education are made at the state and local level,â€ť Gov. Pence claimed in a statement this week. â€śBy signing this legislation, Indiana has taken an important step forward in...
I guess this proves that deception runs through all levels of gvt. State and Federal. I already know our local rednecks are theives. (Appropriate money for one thing and spend it on another.) Now they have their hands on the Education system. The RCC is destroying public schools to divert money from public education to Rome.
Well, the article is slanted, it should have said lazy parents, with children even worse then they are had made controversial attacks on Common Core. Something that the Republicans supported in earlier years, well at least thinking educated GOPers of earlier years.
Let's see what I have stated in the past, UPS. Common Core wasn't that inflexible, Vermont even toughen the standards for literature. I have also said it's a parents' duty to oversee their children's education--this is why it will probably be home schoolers who will get the most benefit from CC since they don't need to have the John Birch Society and Rush Limbaugh, they don't want their children to turn out like that group and individual!
Also you will not only get at least a CC like standards and a demand for proof of student having learn something if Business and Govt. start having independent tests to see if that student had learn something through the years.