If Hillary Clinton had never played a pivotal role in creating and accomplishing her husband’s education agenda in the ‘90s, we might well not have Common Core.
The postmortems will roll out in a year or two, but it’s already clear Common Core is eking out its last gasps. Inside its mayhem lies opportunity.
Public schools are slipping kids text porn and treating parents like crazy people when they try to protect their kids.
Common Core’s rollout costs were projected at $17 billion. California’s actual spending suggests taxpayers will pay more than four times that.
No wonder Americans are feeling ready to riot over their distrust for ‘public servants.’ These people we do not elect and cannot rid ourselves of keep knifing us in the back.
Muckraker James O’Keefe is releasing undercover Common Core videos. The reasons kids learn so little are even worse than he shows.
“I hate kids. I’m in it to sell books, don’t even kid yourself for a heartbeat.”
Fortune magazine has no idea what capitalism means, even though it’s at the heart of why huge majorities of Americans distrust big business.
In the war between government and parents over who will steward children, government is winning. That’s bad for everyone.
Once again, the party of limited government helps expand it, this time in a new law that supposedly replaces No Child Left Behind and Common Core.
Congress will get two days to see what’s inside a 400-page bill remaking the nation’s largest education law.
In Kentucky, the first state to adopt Common Core, college professors are protesting that it means teaching woefully unprepared students. A newly elected Matt Bevin will be receptive.
The establishment wants you to think Common Core is a shiny legacy for departing Education Secretary Arne Duncan. Nothing close.
Ample research affirms that the influence of technology on student learning is not entirely positive.
Parents everywhere are frustrated by Common Core math. As it turns out, their own frustrations just make things worse. What’s a parent to do?
Only the Bible and Shakespeare have sold more than Dame Agatha Christie. Today would have been her 125th birthday.
Classical education has been growing inside the United States for several decades. Common Core’s entrance into public and private education has only accelerated the trend.
Homeschooling shows what’s great about American democracy, yet also where our national education system needs to improve.
Bills to rewrite No Child Left Behind put Republicans in a bad political position and expand the federal role in education.
Republicans needed a Jeb Bush run in 2016 to finally answer the question: what did you learn from the George W. Bush years?
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