Common Core

Common Core

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  • Donna Hearne – Winning On Common Core Are you one of the many parents who have been shocked by what your child brings home from school? Donna Hearne joins us to discuss how to win the war on Common Core. 6-06-15 Listen now:
  • Emmett McGroarty – Common Core and The American Child Will the federal government take over education, or will American parents have the final say? A leader of the movement against Common Core explains what’s happening in American education, and what we can do about it. 1-24-15 Listen now:
  • Terrence Moore — The Story Killers: Common Core and the American Soul Every great nation is built on great stories. When education is only about standards and tests, what happens to the heroic narratives that build society? Join us for a look at education and the soul of a child. 2-01-14 Listen now:
  • Anne Gassel — Common Core: Where is American Education Headed? Not so long ago, there was ‘No Child Left Behind.’ Today there’s Common Core. What is it, what’s in it, and who’s the man behind the curtain? Join us for the untold story. 9-07-13 Listen now:
Stop Common Core Candidate Pledge: We need YOU, the constituents and parents, to help us put this pledge in the hands of every lawmaker, state executive, and prospective 2016 candidate so they can add their names to the growing ranks of those signing our pledge. Defeating Common Core is a must if we want to protect our kids, and we must be steadfast in our resolve to hold every public official accountable.

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On May 11, 2013, the Governor signed the Indiana Common Core bill. This bill requires the State Board to take no further actions to implement any common core standards and calls for the state board, the legislative study committee, and the office of management and budget to conduct “comprehensive evaluations” of the common core standards. In addition, the state board of education is to hold at least three public meetings.