Category Archives: Louisiana Common Core

inBloom’s actual Dear John Letter to John White: (It’s not me, it’s you)

Crazy Crawfish’s Blog - Sometimes life hands you stories that are simply better than any cheap fiction you can pick up from a newsstand or checkout line. Take for example this on-again-off-again “data sharing” relationship between Iwan Streicheicenberger, CEO of … Continue reading

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BESE to review student data storage and sharing

San Francisco Chronicle - BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana’s top education board is reviewing how the stateDepartment of Education stores and shares public school student data. The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education agreed Wednesday to create a task force looking at the … Continue reading

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Louisiana Senate kills Tea Party-backed resolution against Common Core

nola.com A resolution to block implementation of the Common Core standards in Louisiana died on the Senate floor Thursday (May 23), a day after lawmakers heard heated testimony from thestate Tea Party that the measures are an attempt by the federal government to … Continue reading

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John White Withdraws Louisiana Student Data from inBloom

Andrew Ujifusa in Education Week In my April 24 blog post on Alabama’s decision to kill anti-Common-Core legislation, I mentioned that opponents have linked the standards, without citing specifics, to technology they allege the federal government is developing to track students’ … Continue reading

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