Education Savings Accounts could be the policy innovation needed to save elementary education in America.
In 1920 the federal government spent just under 29 million in todays dollars on education coststhat comes out to be only $1.34 per student. Today, that cost has ballooned to approximately $11,000 per student.
Force fed to states from Washington by President Obama, Americans are now fighting back against the Common Core agenda.
David Coleman, current president of the College Board and lead architect of Common Core State Standards, has been accused of “inculcating a negative view of American history” in his proposed advanced placement curriculum.
Principals in Hawaii anticipate their students’ math and reading test scores to nose-dive in the coming academic year, largely as a result of implementing Common Core State Standards.