Danette Clark

Danette Clark Danette Clark is a mom, former paralegal turned business operator, researcher, and writer. She previously contributed to RBO2.com.

Common Core’s Achieve, Inc. far from bi-partisan

Posted on:

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Despite absurdly biased lessons and texts created by Common Core partner organizations surfacing daily, proponents of the initiative still shamelessly hold tight to their assertion that CCSS is a state-led initiative that leverages no political or social agenda.
Read More »

Louisiana high school recommends porn to students for summer reading assignment

Posted on:

GEISMAR, La. – Judging from the content of several texts recommended by the Common Core State Standards, it seems apparent that both the creators of the standards and the U.S. Department of Education (by way of its continued endorsement and funding of the standards) consider sex, profanity, and violence to be somehow beneficial to the education of children.
Read More »

Feds recommend reform group created by terrorist Bill Ayers

Posted on:

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Describing it as a “highly regarded organization”, Obama’s Education Department recommends the Bill Ayers-founded Small Schools Workshop for use in creating “learning environments that are supportive of perseverance”.
Read More »

Common Core ‘architect’ David Coleman’s history with Bill Ayers and Barack Obama

Posted on:

CHICAGO – Referred to as ‘Common Core lead standards authors’ by the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), David Coleman and Jason Zimba are just two in a long list of Common Core creators whose academic roots are with the education-for-a-revolution machine borne by Annenberg Institute, Carnegie Corporation, Bill Gates, et al.
Read More »