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WV Senator Boley and WV Delegate Butler Join Forces to Save Our Students

WV Senator Boley and WV Delegate Butler Join Forces to Save Our Students

   S. O. S. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 16, 2015   WV SENATOR DONNA BOLEY                                 WV DELEGATE JIM BUTLER 304 357-7905                                                                   304 […]

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WV Against Common Core’s Presentation to the WV Legislature’s Joint Standing Education Committee 12.16.2014

WV Against Common Core’s Presentation to the WV Legislature’s Joint Standing Education Committee 12.16.2014

  Our group is WV Against Common Core. We are parents, grandparents, and citizens deeply concerned about our nation’s education system. For the past two years, we have traveled the state raising awareness about concerns with Common Core. We have talked with many of you – to those of you who would take the time […]

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Jane Robbins – Testimony MO

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Robbins Missouri Testimony-2

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STOTSKY – PROCEDURES FOR STATE LEGISLATURES

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Procedures for state legislatures to use to establish standards development committees to replace Common Core’s Standards Stotsky-Legislature ProceduresND  

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MOA Governors and NGA/CCSSO

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The Council of Chief State School Officers and The National Governors Association Center for Best Practices Common Core Standards Memorandum of Agreement Common_Standards_MOA_-_FINAL_signed

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While Parents Were Sleeping…and Why They Need to Wake Up!

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While Parents Were Sleeping…and Why They Need to Wake Up!

by Bonnie Henthorn, 10.23.2014 Now is the time to right the wrongs being done to our children. Many people in my generation are just not interested in politics and some ask why I post so much political stuff on Facebook, so I thought perhaps as we look toward election day, it would be a good […]

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West Virginia’s 4th Branch of Government

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West Virginia’s 4th Branch of Government

“We have encountered no other state that insulated its education system so much from gubernatorial — or voter — control.” It seems there is a growing awareness of this little kingdom we call the WV State Board of Education.  They have adopted educational transforming standards without public hearings or legislative involvement.  They are preparing to […]

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Top Ten Things Parents Hate About Common Core

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Top Ten Things Parents Hate About Common Core

By Joy Pullman, September 24, 2014 This is the year new national Common Core tests kick in, replacing state tests in most locales, courtesy of an eager Obama administration and the future generation’s tax dollars. It’s also the first year a majority of people interviewed tell pollsters they’ve actually heard of Common Core, four years […]

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Idaho Teacher Speaks Out on SBAC Testing

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WV PARENTS!    ARE YOU LISTENING?     WV IS AN SBAC STATE TOO! PART 1: Teacher Shares Experiences and Facts on Common Core letter by LeAnn Caster, Posted by Stephanie Zimmerman Many times when we talk to teachers they are unaware of all that Common Core truly entails. They are so busy trying to make […]

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The Common Core Debate’s Implications For A Return To Constitutionalism

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The Common Core Debate’s Implications For A Return To Constitutionalism

BY JEFF KIMBLE – PUBLISHED: 09/01/2014 – SECTION: FEDERALISM The grass roots effort to defeat the Common Core might be interpreted by many as a sign of hope. In an age when federal overreach is routine and the centralization of governmental authority in Washington is widely accepted or even welcomed by the States, the media […]

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