Why Share?

Well why not share this message? Once you know what Common Core and #optout2016 is it’s easy to share. Our children are more than a test score. Please share.

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Message for Public – Parents and Taxpayers – Opt-Out

My Tests Are Meaningless, Opt-Out Today!

                                Meme Credit To Chris Zaleski Why do teachers give tests?  The answer seems pretty obvious that teachers give tests to see what the students have learned. So why do we advocate to refuse tests? That answer is pretty easy once you know the specifics about the high stakes tests we are advocating to parents […]

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Education Experiment “Improved” Without Warranties or Guarantees

  Team NYU4K writes about the Extended School Day One of hot topics in education is the idea of extending the school day with recommendations for 30 minutes to as much as 2 hours additional class time each day. The belief behind this is that it will close the achievement gap and improve student achievement […]

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You’re Fired!

If your elected isn’t working for you isn’t it time to say, “You’re fired?” Find a suitable replacement candidate. In the mean time here are some things we can do to help push back on Common Core including thanking the State Assembly members – Democrats and Republicans – who sponsored Assembly Bill A5142 to Stop […]

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Political Football

Common Core Political Football

FOT_When the Tests Lie FOT Pamphlet Today many Americans will gather for Super Bowl Sunday parties and route for their favorite team.  Do you know there is one team that needs your help. That’s the team of America’s little ones who are being used in a game of political football in the program being marketed […]

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Has This Happened To You?

  We’re hearing this from many parents. Has this happened to you? At the start of the school year (2015/16) I was looking over my kids school books  (as I do every year) and I noticed in my daughters global history book ( World History; Patterns of Interaction, 9th grade, New York edition, published by […]

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