Jane Robbins and and Emmett McGroarty One of the lead drafters of the Common Core national math standards, Jason Zimba, admitted under questioning in 2010 that the math standards were not designed to help students succeed in “the colleges their parents aspire to.” Instead, he said, the standards … [Read more...]
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Washington, D.C.– American Principles Project has confirmed Governor Bobby Jindal as the Keynote speaker at the State Lunch on February 5th, which will feature a high-level discussion on Common Core. The media is invited to attend. To RSVP please contact Kate Bryan with American Principles … [Read more...]
Jane Robbins, senior fellow with American Principles Project talks with Curtis Coleman and Tami Greever about Common Core on Coleman:Edge to Edge. … [Read more...]
By Jane Robbins (read the original here) Creators and proponents of the Common Core national K-12 standards have found themselves unexpectedly having to defend the standards against a nationwide firestorm of opposition. It wasn’t supposed to be this way — the standards were to be adopted … [Read more...]
LITTLE ROCK — After surviving an effort this year to defund them, the Common Core State Standards may come under attack again in the legislative session that begins in January. Sen. Gary Stubblefield, R-Branch, told the Arkansas News Bureau he is considering filing a bill to repeal Common … [Read more...]
MEDIA ADVISORY: National and NH Groups to Host First-Ever Federalism Forum in Hooksett, NH This Saturday
Hooksett, NH – American Principles Project, Breitbart News Network and Cornerstone Policy Research Action will host a historic forum this Saturday in Hooksett, NH, in which state lawmakers, policy analysts, and activist citizens will discuss federalism, the role of state elected officials to guard … [Read more...]
Breitbart News Network, American Principles Project, and Cornerstone Action are co-sponsors of an upcoming forum centered on the principles of federalism. More information about the forum can be found at Cornerstone, American Principles Project, and Breitbart News. Federalism is intended to promote … [Read more...]
On one level it’s been entertaining to watch the College Board scramble to defend its radical new Advanced Placement U.S. History (APUSH) Framework. When the public can see the truth merely by going to the College Board website and reading the Framework, it’s certainly a challenge to prove that the … [Read more...]
American cynics, such as those who developed the controversial new Advanced Placement U.S. history course, are aghast at the idea of “teaching patriotism.” But what does it really mean to promote patriotism through the study of history? Few Americans would approve of the government indoctrinating … [Read more...]
Using “gun violence” as its cover, the Obama administration has quietly unleashed a cache of federal dollars that will be used for testing students for signs of mental health issues in K-12 schools. Critics say personal information scooped up in the screenings will be logged into databases that … [Read more...]