Utah Protests Against Common Core Waiver
Common Core "AIR" Testing Is NOT Local Control
Scott, will you join us in this fight for
local control of our schools?
On Friday, August 8, 2014 in Salt Lake City, parents staged a public protest outside the Utah State School Board offices to ask their elected State School Board not to renew the NCLB waiver (to stop Common Core). How did it end up?
We urge parents across the nation to stage their own protests and to walk out on testing days. The more parents learn the more they are fighting back, because they want local control.
Get proof-positive in this report that "local control" is being over-ridden, not only by the U.S. Department of Education, but by tentacles that are global.
The Utah State Board of Education insists that it is not controlled by outside influences, nor doing any behavioral or attitudinal testing. Yet Utah, along with many other states, is using this testing company. To put it bluntly, the school board members that support the wavers are either painfully ignorant, or they are lying.
Here are just two of the images in my report.
For more images to prove to your school board that the NCLB waiver is NOT local control, nor our values ...
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It's time to end the "NCLB" waivers in every state. It takes money to fight these causes. Without your support today we will not be able to continue to fight effectively. Please give a generous contribution of $35, $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,000 or more - you can also give a monthly recurring donation. You can also designate that your contribution go to the "common core" fund.
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