"[O]ne of the biggest barriers to carrying out the standards, according to the report, is that colleges have not adjusted their admissions, financial-aid, and remedial-education policies to line up with the standards.
As a result, the report says, 'The Common Core standards appear at the moment to end at the college gate.'"
“Over the years, we have seen a steady dumbing down of American culture, especially in the mass media. Whether newspapers, radio, or television, we have lost many of our well-educated, cultured, wel...”
By Caroline Novak Public schools should enable the American citizen to "understand his duties to his neighbors and country, and to discharge with competence the functions confided to him by either." These words from Thomas Jefferson ring as true...
“Center For American Progress The Common Core Is an Opportunity for Education Equity Center For American Progress The Common Core State Standards hold promise for low-income students, students of color, English language learners, and students with...”
Three in four U.S. public school teachers believe the uniform curriculum standards specified by the new Common Core State Standards will positively affect education, but most say the testing components will be a negative.
"Common Core is a set of education standards -- for English and math -- that were adopted in 2010. Forty-five states and the District of Columbia decided to follow the new guidelines. Alaska, Nebraska, Texas and Virginia opted out, while Minnesota decided to only adopt the English standards (with others perhaps joining them soon). These states began implementing the standards last year.
The standards haven't created national curricula -- state and local educators are still in charge of that. Instead, they establish benchmarks that make it easier to compare how students are doing across state lines, and to make sure students across the country are learning the same essentials."
With conservative commentator Glenn Beck renewing his fight against the Common Core State Standards, it's worth taking a bird's-eye view of the learning benchmarks. Where are they now being implemented, what challenges remain and what does the coming school year have in store?
“Common Core 101 WZZM (WZZM/USA TODAY) If you keep hearing about the Common Core but don't know exactly what all the fuss is about (don't worry, you're not alone), Stateline provides some frequently asked questions and answers that should help.”
“Common Core is common sense SFGate But through the leadership of a bipartisan group of respected educators and many of the nation's governors, millions of children across the country have been benefiting from newly adopted education standards,...”
“WPLN (blog) Guest editorial: Informed voters back Common Core The Oshkosh Northwestern The fact that Common Core standards were developed at the local and state levels across 44 states is well-documented, but opponents have exploited a general lack...”
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