Dip in Test Scores Correlates with Enactment of Common Core

Fourth and eighth grade students in the U.S. again showed no to little improvement in their average reading and mathematics scores, according to a report released this week, a decrease that correlates with the enactment of the Common Core.

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Ohio Ranks Below Average in Education Based Upon ALEC’s National Report Card

  The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) has issued its 23rd Report Card on American Education. They ranked and graded all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The report card released Thursday reveals Ohio ranks 27th with a C- based upon 2018 data. ALEC grades education on six factors:…

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Students Still Performing Poorly in Ohio After Six Years of Common Core

  Students attending K-12 public schools in Ohio are performing just as poorly on standardized tests a full six years after Common Core State Standards (CCSS) were fully implemented in the state during the 2013-2014 academic year. “Common Core is as big a change in education as Obamacare is in…

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