by Kay Steiger Aug 25, 2015
Right wing media says it's "never too early to teach young children to revel in racial discord fomented by radical intellectuals who believe American society is hopelessly and structurally oppressive."
by Casey Quinlan Aug 19, 2015
Bobby Jindal is worried about conceptual math and how the federal government might teach U.S. history.
by Casey Quinlan Aug 18, 2015
Common core support has fallen again this year, but misinformation may be partly to blame.
by Casey Quinlan Aug 17, 2015
Trump hasn't talked much about education policy. Here's what he thinks.
by Jack Jenkins Aug 15, 2015
Playing to the base.
by Casey Quinlan Jul 21, 2015
Now that Ohio Gov. John Kasich joins the presidential race, there will be more than one Republican candidate who supports Common Core standards.
by Casey Quinlan Jun 15, 2015
Bush's support of Common Core may not be as big of a liability as other party-line Republicans think.
by Casey Quinlan May 29, 2015
Chris Christie's statement on Common Core standards Thursday is a big departure from his support only two years ago.
by Casey Quinlan Apr 29, 2015
The name "Common Core" has become toxic, but will changing the name change opposition to it?
by Casey Quinlan Apr 23, 2015
Common Core opponents and proponents don't neatly divide between right and left, which provides a conundrum for Hillary Clinton, who stated her support for the standards earlier this month.