Scary stuff from the Cato Institute.
bullshit f this commie gov.
This is a clear and concise explanation of the federal takeover of education – from standards to curriculum to assessments – that effects taxpayers and student throughout the nation. Through RTTT funds, states that are hungry for funding have signed onto national standards to receive additional federal funding, thereby essentially opting to be bribed.
In Florida, the state jumped on those funds, with insider educational elites pushing hard in support of these standards. Who pays and who benefits?
The Constitution is being hung above the shredder by this administration and because of the sneaky way it is happening, I don’t know if we can stop it.
Just keep forwarding these thing on to everyone and NEVER GIVE UP!
[…] The DOE has announced plans to virtually force compliance with CCSSI on the states through waivers from unreasonable provisions of No Child Left Behind by making these waiver grants contingent upon adoption of “college and career ready standards” (aka “common core state standards”). [see here] Therefore, “the Executive branch will be telling every school in America what its curriculum will be – what it will teach,” says CATO Institute’s Dr. Neal McCluskey. [see here] […]
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