RNC Passes Resolution To Shut Down Common Core Curriculum

RNC PASSES RESOLUTION; SHUT DOWN COMMON CORE CURRICULUM

RNC TO DISCUSS GROWING OPPOSITION TO CONTROVERSIAL COMMON CORE CURRICULUM

LOS ANGELES – The concerns about the federal Common Core curriculum and the national standards it would impose on local schools reached the level of the Republican National Committee Friday and was passed unanimously. Illinois RNC National Committeewoman Demetra DeMonte said she was happy to co-sponsor the resolution and encourage others to support the effort.

The RNC resolution reads in part:

RESOLVED, the Republican National Committee recognizes the CCSS for what it is– an inappropriate overreach to standardize and control the education of our children so they will conform to a preconceived “normal,” and, be it further

RESOLVED, That the Republican National Committee rejects the collection of personal student data for any non-educational purpose without the prior written consent of an adult student or a child student’s parent and that it rejects the sharing of such personal data, without the prior written consent of an adult student or a child student’s parent, with any person or entity other than schools or education agencies within the state …

Illinois Review reported earlier this week on the new Stop Common Core in Illinois coalition, which is actively encouraging concerned parents to oppose the effort and encourage Illinois to withdraw from the program as this group in Georgia is in the process of doing:

PRESS CONFERENCE: Sen. William Ligon Introduces SB 167 – Withdraw from Common Core State Standards

One thought on “RNC Passes Resolution To Shut Down Common Core Curriculum

  1. Please continue to get the word out! It’s about time the RNC make the move! This is so much under the radar and needs exposed. I will share this with friends and family.

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