Friday, April 12, 2013


“You don't get harmony when everybody sings the same note.” from Paul Bogush

Common Core State Standards and Race to the Top, An Introduction to Marxism 101 
Jenni White, Lynn Habluetzel, Jo Joyce 6/1/2011

Achieve partnered with NGA and CCSSO on the Initiative and a number of Achieve staff and consultants served on the writing and review teams. On June 2, 2010, the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics (CCSS) were released, and since then, over 45 states have adopted the Common Core State Standards and are now working to implement the standards.

Restore Oklahoma Public Education (R.O.P.E.) is committed to educating tax-paying citizens and parent stakeholders on the ways in which the methods and philosophies used in public education today affect them. From budgetary allotments to curricula, ROPE attempts to make Oklahomans aware of how every dollar spent and every idea taught can actively influence the future voters enrolled in Oklahoma Public Education today.  They are in a vicious fight over removing Common Core standards from OK.

Truth in American Education (TAE) focuses on issues related to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), CCSS assessments, Race to the Top (RTTT), student privacy and state longitudinal data systems (SLDS), and the Elementary and Secondary Education ACT (ESEA)/No Child Left Behind (NCLB).  This page links to websites or web pages dedicated to providing information about one or more of these topics to better inform the public about the issues involved.

Common Core Standards’ Devastating Impact on Literary Study and Analytical Thinking

Common Core Math ‘Experiment’ in U.S. Schools

Common Core Telephone Guide - Who to call and what to say
Includes phone numbers and e-mail addresses to contact Wisconsin Legislators

Northwoods Patriots - Standing up for Faith, Family, Country -

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