The Missouri state house has passed a bill to protect local and state control of education by phasing out the Common Core educational standards.Details
On February 11, 2014, The Connecticut House of Representatives Education Committee introduced HB 5078, “An Act Imposing a Moratorium on the Implementation of the Common Core State Standards.” On March 12, a public hearing on the issue packed a House committee chamber.Details
On Mar. 6, SB224 was introduced to nullify Common Core educational standards in the state of Kentucky. (learn more about it here) It was promptly referred to the Education Committee where it will need to pass through a majority before the full senate can vote on it.Details
A Missouri bill ending implementation of common core has passed out of two committee. HB1490 will now move on to the House floor. This bill simply states: Notwithstanding any other law, the state board of education shall not adopt, and the department of elementary and secondary education shall not implement, the Common Core State Standards…Details
SB224 declares that the Commonwealth of Kentucky “shall not implement the academic content standards for English language arts and mathematics developed by the Common Core Standards Initiative and copyrighted by the National Governors Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers.” The bill also goes on to ban state participation in the Next Generation Science Standards Initiative and refuses any nationalized assessments related to the banned programs.Details
Two bills that would nullify the controversial Common Core educational standards have been introduced in the Louisiana State House of Representatives.
HB556 and HB557 would stop all state involvement with Common Core. The bills were introduced on Feb. 27 by Reps. Cameron Henry (R-82) and Jerome Richard (I-55). They were promptly moved to the Education Committee where they will need to pass through a majority before they can be voted upon by the whole house.Details
Rep. Kurt Bahr has introduced a bill that would halt the implementation of Common Core Standards in Missouri by adding new and modified provisions to existing education laws.Details
On Feb. 3, SB1310 was introduced to nullify the Common Core curriculum in the state of Arizona.
02-20: Passed Education Committee, 6-3
02-24: Passed Rules committee
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED! It doesn’t matter where in Arizona you live, ACT NOW!Details
A bill to stop implementation of Common Core Standards in Arizona passed out of its final Senate committee yesterday and will move on to the full Senate for consideration.Details