DALLAS, Texas--On Friday, June 20, during the two-day Austin-held #CANiSEE The Solutions conference on Fed Led Ed, an impromptu press conference took place. Among the speakers were Dr. Sandra Stotsky and Dr. James Milgram--both were there to recount their experiences on the Common Core validation committee where both refused to sign off on the subpar standards. Also among the speakers was Stotskyon language arts, and Milgram on mathematics.
INDIANAPOLIS - Monday, Indiana became the first state to opt out of the Obama Administration's Common Core curriculum standards.
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Eunie Smith, president of the Alabama chapter of Eagle Forum, tells the Senate Education Committee the common core puts Alabama two years behind on its math standards. (Evan Belanger/Alabama Media Group)
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Teachers complain Common Core-linked lessons little more than scripts to read
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Parents rail against 'ridiculous' Common Core math homework Published May 15, 2014Associated Press
Teachers complain Common Core-linked lesson are little more then a script to read. “In fact, the only mathematician and the only ELA expert on the validation committee refused to sign off on the standards because they are i...
Clash Over Common Core: Opposition grows as national education standards approach
Common Core lesson lists Abraham Lincoln as a liberal Watch Glyn Wright, Executive Director of Eagle Forum in Washington, D.C. on Fox & Friends discussing Common Core. Read about Common Core: www.eagleforum.or...
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The Civil War in COLOR for the first time: Painstakingly remastered images of a divided America that recreate the era in amazing detail. This portrait of Lincoln shows how he appeared at the time he took office as 16th president of the United States.
Amazing historical pictures, now in colour. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2446391/Amazing-Civil-War-photographs-created-colorist-bring-eras-heroes-characters-life-color-time.html
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Today is the 150th anniversary of the most famous speech in American History. The Gettysburg Address was given during the Civil War to invoke the original principals of the Declaration of Independence and to justify the need for a greater union. #deepcor #honestabe #abrahamlincoln #gettysburgaddress #history #declarationofindependence #greaterunion #history #americanhistory
Charlotte Iserbyt on The Perils of Common Core
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Another poster said: Charlotte Iserbyt on The Perils of Common Core ~ Out of UNESCO, Common Core is the FIRST Brainwashing stage, BEFORE the second stage of only training workforce. Free download of DELIBERATE DUMBING DOWN OF AMERICA can be had at deliberatedumbingdown.com. Just for the record, I give both sides a chance to be heard, as I have information on here in support of Common Core.
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Common Core opponents raise their voices at State Capitol | Deseret News