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Congressman Randy Hultgren Condemns Common Core
CLICK IMAGE: Creepy 24 hour surveillance & behavorial monitoring of children. Where is the personal relationship with a teacher?
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Category Archives: Common Core Testing
Chicago Sun-Times – Illinois House members advanced a bill that would give parents a formal way to opt out of state tests such as the controversial Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers. House members voted 64-47 with one … Continue reading
Daily Herald – Across the suburbs, hundreds of students are opting out of the new PARCC tests. While it’s not clear if the objection is coming from students, parents or both, it does seem to be an organized effort. “It … Continue reading
SUPERINTENDENT CONFIRMS COMMON CORE’S PEARSON SPYING ON KIDS’ SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS #stopcommoncore #ccss
Breitbart – The superintendent of the Watchung Hills Regional High School District in New Jersey has confirmed that she sent an email to fellow superintendents Tuesday about her concern that education publishing giant Pearson is “monitoring” children’s social media accounts … Continue reading
Illinois Review – CHICAGO – Parents and state lawmakers are calling on the Illinois General Assembly to allow parents of public school students to have some say in their children’s education. They’re asking the legislature to allow them to opt … Continue reading
Greg Bishop at Inn Radio reported the following: PARCC takes center stage during appropriations committee Meanwhile the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, or PARCC, standardized test came up. A committee member says the cost of providing … Continue reading
Pantagraph.com, NORMAL — Normal Community High School students showed what they think of standardized testing in dramatic fashion Friday morning. More than 100 students “walked out” by refusing to go to first-hour classes; marching from the NCHS entrance to the opposite … Continue reading