Truth in America Education

Fighting to stop the Common Core State Standards, their Assessments and Student Data Mining.
  1. The Oregon Department of Education confirmed that they will no longer use Smarter Balanced for 11th Grade, but will continue using it in 3rd-8th Grades

    The post Oregon Drops Smarter Balanced for High School appeared first on Truth in American Education.

  2. HSLDA reports that West Virginia State Senator Michael Romano (D-Clarksburg) thinks homeschoolers should have to follow Common Core.

    The post West Virginia Homeschoolers Threatened With Common Core appeared first on Truth in American Education.

  3. Jane Robbins: All parents should download the Parent Toolkit just released by the Parent Coalition for Student Privacy to learn how to protect their children.

    The post Parents, Here’s a Resource to Help You Protect Your Student’s Privacy appeared first on Truth in American Education.

  4. The Nebraska Department of Education has opened up their science standards (which look a lot like the Next Generation Science Standards) for public comment.

    The post Nebraska Seeks Public Input on Science Standards appeared first on Truth in American Education.

  5. Jane Robbins: Some of the points that former education secretary Bill Bennett made in his op/ed defending the Every Student Succeeds Act are confused.

    The post Bill Bennett Doesn’t Know What He Is Talking About appeared first on Truth in American Education.

  6. Lynne Taylor and Kirsten Lombard point out that local control is another term that is whose meaning is twisted in an effort to actually subvert it.

    The post (Video) New Local Control: Excluding Parents From Education appeared first on Truth in American Education.

  7. Lynne Taylor and Kirsten Lombard discuss the clear and hidden meanings of school choice that is currently shaping education policy.

    The post (Video) School Choice: The Hidden Dangers for All appeared first on Truth in American Education.

  8. Former Secretary of Education William Bennett is concerned that Massachusetts watered down their academic standards, but won't say how they did it.

    The post William Bennett, What Watered Down Massachusetts Standards? appeared first on Truth in American Education.

  9. Lynne Taylor and Kirsten Lombard discuss the trend of collecting, sharing, and mining of personally identifiable student data and where it is heading.

    The post (Video) Student Data: The Troubling New Currency appeared first on Truth in American Education.

  10. NYSED last week announced that New York's revised ELA and math standards are online and that they will take public comment on the revisions until June 2nd.

    The post New York State’s Revised Standards Up for Public Comment appeared first on Truth in American Education.

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