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The Common Core Resource Post

Filed in Helpful Articles, videos by on December 12, 2013 0 Comments

at DECEMBER 9, 2013 by JOHN CAREY in HOME EDUCATORS / PARENTAL RIGHTS Dear Friend, After you read this document and view the videos, consider contacting your state reps and ask them to support a pause in the implementation of Common Core. Request that they call on the Governor to establish a Blue Ribbon Commission to take a closer look […]

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TN Student Speaks Out on Common Core

Filed in Helpful Articles, teachers, testimony, videos by on November 18, 2013 0 Comments

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Dr. Mary Byrne – Common Core Presentation

Filed in Helpful Articles, News, teachers, testimony, videos by on November 16, 2013 0 Comments

Dr. Mary Byrne’s presentation will fill in all the holes for you on the background, development, and implementation of Common Core.  Please take the time to watch her Wichita, Ks presentation.  You will not be disappointed.  Instead you will be provided with the facts to combat the state’s Common Core propaganda.  

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Dr. Terrence Moore Common Core Testimony in Indiana

Dr. Terrence Moore Common Core Testimony in Indiana

Dr. Terrence Moore, a professor of history at Hillsdale College, and a former Marine with a Ph.D. from the University of Edinburg testified before the Indiana legislature on the Common Core Standards.  Dr. Moore has also released his new book,  The Story-Killers, A Common Sense Case Against the Common Core. The testimony:

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“College Ready” Does Not Mean All Colleges

Filed in Helpful Articles, videos by on October 20, 2013 0 Comments

Jason Zimba, writer of the Common Core math standards is questioned by Dr. Sandra Stotsky

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The Mama Bear Factor

Filed in Events, Helpful Articles, News, videos by on October 13, 2013 2 Comments
The Mama Bear Factor

  Several months ago, WV Against Common Core developed a slide presentation for the purpose of educating our legislators, school boards, parents, and the public on the train wreck called Common Core.  Monday, October 7th, the Tyler County Board of Education granted us time on their agenda to share our concerns. It was a packed […]

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