Sure, the Constitution and some federal laws prohibit educratic overreaches, but tell Congress that!
“Workforce leaves no choice”
If we continue to cheer on the agenda, that’s exactly what we’ll get. If we wish to remain a free country, we’ll fight with tenacity.
Many parents are being deceived by State level leaders that self-directed learning is not only the best wave of innovation, it’s the best tool to guide their future.
Warriors, with the process for the HEA heating up before Sen. Lamar Alexander retires, we have got to inform our representatives and senators about what they are supporting and trying to further.
We cannot fall for the hype about the higher education realities, Warriors!!
We must look at the research, the past track record in the education shift.
“It won’t be a political or economic rendering which brings America to its knees, but a combined effort of both on education.” Lynne M Taylor, aka Common Core Diva
Both versions of the 115th’s Congressional attempt to reauthorize the last chain in the cradle to grave workforce linkage retired..or have they?
***Fourth in a Series Highlighting the 116th Congressional session of federal overreaches in the name of education. Anti Fed Ed Warriors, over the years we’ve had quite a bit thrown at us in order to confuse us. No where does this seem to reoccur more than Congress. Especially at the CCSS Machine’s direction. During the … Continue reading Confused Yet?
Anti Fed Ed Warriors, do you remember learning the old English children’s rhyme “A Hunting We Will Go?” It was a fun song to sing along to. Maybe you taught your children this song. I had forgotten the song until I saw an early January press release by the Committee on Education and Labor Republicans. (*Note: The U.S. House Committee … Continue reading “A-hunting We Will Go”