DOVER, Del. (June 26, 2015) – Yesterday, the Delaware Senate gave final approval to what is being called the “Common Core opt-out bill,” sending the legislation to the Governor’s desk.Details
SALEM, Ore. (June 24, 2015) – In the face of federal threats to withhold millions of dollars, Gov. Kate Brown signed a bill Tuesday that allows to opt their children out of standardized Common Core testing more easily.Details
NASHVILLE (May 12, 2015) – On Monday, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam signed a bill withdrawing the state from the Common Core education standards, an important step towards nullifying nationalized education in the state.Details
NASHVILLE (Apr. 22, 2015) – Yesterday, the Tennessee Senate gave final approval to a bill withdrawing the state from the Common Core education standards, sending the measure to the Governor’s desk.Details
The resistance to one-size-fits-all education is gaining steam. This is evidenced by the latest display of power from concerned parents who are saying no to the Common Core State Standards while the New York legislature fails to do so.Details
Today, the Arizona Senate voted 13-16 to kill HB2190 – a bill to withdraw the state from Common Core. It already passed the House and was moving closer to the Governor’s desk.
But establishment Republicans joined with Democrats in the Senate (and behind the scenes) to kill the bill.
NAMING NAMES – Adam Driggs, Jeff Dial, Steve Pierce – are the primary culprits.
As reported by Truth in American Education, a bill filed in the Nevada Assembly would “basically void the common core standards” in the state.Details
Florida H0743 and S1406 would stop Common Core in the state. H0743 was referred to the House Sub-committee on Choice and Innovation and S1406 to the Senate Committee on Education Pre-K-12. Both will need to pass successfully before moving forward.Details
Two bills introduced in the Florida state legislature would effectively nullify Common Core and restore decentralized control of education within state boundaries.Details
Alabama SB101 would ban Common Core. The bill must pass successfully through the Senate Education & Youth Affairs Committee before it can receive a full vote in the state senate. Take the following action steps to support this important bill.Details