Different Schools, Same Tests
- Children & Families
It’s back to school season and for many children, teachers, and parents across the country school looks very similar. That’s because in 2009, the Common Core was introduced, standardizing what K-12 students should know, and be tested on. Professor Nicholas Tampio describes what that means for public education and imagines a different way forward for America’s schools.
Check out his book, Common Core: National Education Standards and the Threat to Democracy
Find Jesse H. Rhodes’ article on education politics in Perspectives on Politics (paywall)