You are invited to attend the scheduled presentation about the Common Core State Standards. The scheduled presentation is posted on the website calendar along with other related events. Below is an image of the flyer about the presentations. Click here to download a copy of the flyer.
–What are the Common Core State Standards
–Who developed the standards
–Washington State’s involvement/commitment
Loss of Local Control
Opt Out of the Assessments
Where to learn more
Thursday, August 13
The Common Core State Standards and related issues are non-partisan issues directly or indirectly affecting every student, parent, and citizen in the State of Washington. The issues are not a matter of Republican vs Democrat, right vs left, conservative vs liberal, red vs. blue. The issues are a matter of what is right vs wrong.
J.R. Wilson has 30 plus years experience working in public education in California, Georgia, Wyoming, and Washington. In his 20 years of classroom experience, he has taught every grade kindergarten through sixth grade, algebra in middle school, and high school algebra and geometry. He has also been a state department curriculum specialist, staff development coordinator, and elementary principal. As a team member he has been involved in writing science and math standards as well as reviewing math standards. He has been on the Executive Committee for Where’s the Math? He started following the development of Common Core State Standards for Mathematics in early 2009 and participated in the U.S. Coalition for World Class Math’s three reviews of the standards. He is one of four founders of Truth in American Education.