As one of my dear anti Fed Ed Warriors, in ID has stated, this battle is ours to lose. We MUST speak out. Our naturally given parental responsibility as our child’s BEST mentor is under attack!
The latest in how we can save our nation before Jan. 2017. Warriors, are you with me?
A follow up anti CCSS/ESSA Guide for those in private education, including homeschools. Very important!
In yesterday’s ‘Tech Thursday’ article, I gave you plenty of information about the CCSS Machine’s efforts via the ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) and digital education. In the ‘Closing’, I assured you we would look at the IES (Institute of Education Sciences) next. Why? Section 9210 of the ESSA discusses the IES’s role in federal … Continue reading Weekend News: The IES and the ESSA
It’s a virtual (digital) overload out there! For today’s ‘Tech Thursday’, we will look in the ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) for all the digital parts of education via College and Career Readiness (the new ‘Common Core’ name). (*Note: in the ESSA, ‘Standards’ is innocently stated as “Challenging State Academic Standards”). Why do I point this … Continue reading ESSA and Digital Overload
Waivers are a deceptive move for MORE federal control to implant MORE shifting of education away from what we’ve known to what the global workforce needs: laborers.
This week I encourage you to take another look at some of the most popular posts on Common Core Diva website from this year so far. Let’s start with my most popular post from March, “So You Think YOU Can Change The Game?” . As you will see, not much has changed since then. The … Continue reading Still the same, nothing’s changed
Quick, anybody got a bucket handy?
As I’ve stated repeatedly throughout this Prudence series, it’s about our kids. It’s about our freedoms being preserved.
Welcome back, Anti Fed Ed Warriors, it’s Part Two of my look at the 2020 Presidential race. In Part One, you not only got a feel for how I am putting the series together, but a close up look at the Senators running for the Oval Office. Today, the close up is on Representatives (and … Continue reading “The Prudence Files, Part Two”