Indiana bill could bring down Common Core in the state

By Tenth Amendment Center on Monday, January 12th, 2015 in Common Core

INDIANAPOLIS – In 2014, Indiana legislators moved forward with a bill that was intended to withdraw the state from Common Core. However, the final version passed included a requirement for the new state standards to be in compliance with Federal standards under the No Child Left Behind Act.

The truth about South Carolina and Common Core nullification

By Tenth Amendment Center on Monday, June 16th, 2014 in Common Core

Columbia, SC – After South Carolina governor Nikki Haley signed H3893 into law, social media blew up with tantalizing headlines that Common Core standards had been eradicated. Unfortunately and unsurprisingly this would be an overstatement much like the cheering choruses heard after Indiana and Oklahoma passed anti-Common Core legislation.

Yes, Common Core is a national program

By Tenth Amendment Center on Thursday, June 5th, 2014 in Common Core

WASHINGTON, D.C. – What is Common Core? Many parents are asking this question as they recently become aware of the program. Common Core is nationalized education – one-size-fits-all learning standards imposed on all states and school districts by the federal government.

New Hampshire legislation would ban Common Core

By Tenth Amendment Center on Friday, January 10th, 2014 in Common Core

CONCORD, N.H. – A bill to fight back against the Common Core curriculum is going to be introduced in the New Hampshire State House of Representatives during next year’s legislative season, adding the Granite State to the list of states pushing back against this attempted federal educational takeover.