When controversy erupted a year ago about the lack of balance in the College Board’s new AP U.S. History (APUSH) Framework, the College Board initially dug in its heels and stubbornly defended the new course. But the tone has changed. Now that it’s clear the critics of the framework are serious … [Read more...]
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After successful event in New Hampshire, American Principles Project moves on to Iowa Des Moines, Iowa – Following a successful forum in New Hampshire last November, American Principles Project is moving on to Iowa to host its second “Practical Federalism Forum” on May 16th. This event will … [Read more...]
Many parents are unaware that the new assessment industry tools can gather personal data on students without them even being aware of it. Even opting students out of standardized tests may not help prevent educators from collecting personal data on your child. Jane Robbins of the American … [Read more...]
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has a history of shifting his stated positions on the controversial Common Core standards and inviting the federal government into his state’s education policy plans. Experts say his current position, of allowing school districts to “opt-out” of Common Core, would not rid … [Read more...]
Bush’s spin makes him sound empathetic to the growing left-right movement to eject the federal government from decisions on standards, high-stakes testing, teacher evaluations,etc. But he glosses over his own record. He is a long-time proponent of federal involvement. At NBC’s 2011 Education … [Read more...]
The student-privacy blogosphere has been atwitter (so to speak) over recent revelations that students’ social media posts have been monitored in connection with the Common Core-aligned PARCC test. Originally, a local school superintendent in New Jersey was quoted as saying that mega-publisher … [Read more...]
Despite media reports that the Common Core standards are “dead” in South Carolina, grassroots parent activists charge that the controversial nationalized standards are “alive and well and we are kicking and screaming.” WLTX.com reported Wednesday: The South Carolina Board of Education voted … [Read more...]
Lawmakers in Oklahoma recently joined officials in Colorado, Texas, Georgia, Nebraska, Tennessee and elsewhere in trying to prohibit high schools in their states from adopting the new American history Advanced Placement exams. These critics charge that the latest version of the College Board's test … [Read more...]
The Common Core empire is striking back. In an effort to counter a conservative backlash against the national academic standards, a pro-Common Core nonprofit group is running the first ads supporting the standards in Iowa, which hosts the lead-off presidential nominating contest. The radio and … [Read more...]
McGroarty said that most of the Republicans eyeing up a 2016 run are against Common Core. “The question is not, ‘Are you for or against Common Core?’” McGroarty said at the Conservative Political Action Conference, just outside Washington. “The question is, ‘Are you fighting Common Core? How are … [Read more...]