ABCs of DumbDown: The Bottom Line on Common Core

“It is not the role of government to develop a workforce. One of the main problems many have with the Common Core [agenda] is that industry is behind the Standards and businesses are utilizing our schools to develop their workforces.” Read more HERE.

Charlotte T. Iserbyt
Former Senior Policy Advisor
U.S. Dept. of Education

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Published in: on July 2, 2014 at 3:24 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. I do not know much about Common Core as I do not have children. Can anyone answer these questions: 1. Why does a student age 13 in Middle school (grade 7) take these courses: math, science, geography, and volcabulary (words) but not English Grammar? 2. Why does a 30 yr.old woman who has intelligence only attained a 3rd grade level of basic education in Maine? 3. Does Maine have Intelligence and Academic Testing in its School System which can evaluate a student’s ability to do the work required of them to bring them to graduation? 4. For those students with “Special Needs Education”, has Maine provided qualified Teachers to teach these kids?

    • Margot, it would take too long to answer your questions in this comment section. Go to Charlotte’s links and start to learn. Lots of info there.

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