Monthly Archives: April 2014

Common Core Update

The Common Core debate in Indiana rages on. Indiana was the first state to opt out of Federal Common Core standards in favor of a local based program. Critics are questioning if they planned the move properly. Indiana first signed up for the Federal Common Core program in 2010, in order to secure “Race to […]

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The Political Barriers to Change

The political barriers to changing schools. School districts may have the best plans and ideas, but you must have cooperation of the governing body. One can hope that school board members will make the best decisions for the students, but many times that is hardly the case. The structure of the School Board election cycle […]

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