ACTION ITEM: Sign Up NOW To Speak To NC Common Core Commission

The next meeting for the NC Common Core Commission (ASRC) will be June 15th. The public is being given limited space and time to speak out.

Only 20 people will be given a chance to speak for up to 3 minutes.

SIGN UP TODAY!

DETAILS:

Academic Standards Review Commission – the Commission will meet from1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the State Board of Education Meeting Room, Education Building, 301 N. Wilmington St., Raleigh. Due to limited time and seating, we invite the first 20 interested parties to express their views on how the Common Core State Standards in English and Math may have impacted themselves, their children or the state of North Carolina. Each participant will be given 3 minutes. Please submit your name, email and phone information to Jo Herrera at Jocelyn.Herrera@doa.nc.gov.

The purpose of the meeting is to continue the Commission’s comprehensive review of all English Language and Mathematics standards that were adopted by the State Board of Education under G.S. 115C-12(9c), and propose modifications to ensure that those standards meet all of the criteria listed in Section 2(c) of Senate Bill 812. For more information, please contact Co-Chairs Andre Peek atAndre.Peek@nc.gov or Tammy Covil at Tammy.Covil@nhcs.net.

Please visit http://stateboard.ncpublicschools.gov/live-audio-streaming for a live audio stream of the meeting.

This article was posted in Blog by LadyLiberty1885 - A.P. DIllon on June 8, 2015 at 4:37 pm.

Comments (3)

  • I have three children in elementary school. My youngest a third graders has suffered tremendously from this constant testing. He is stressed everyday. His teacher has often informed me of his now unwillingness to learn. He has lost all excitement for learning. These text don’t engage him. I as a parent can’t help but think that if his teachers were allowed to teach him instead of testing him that he could spend his time learning and happy in school. My child’s emotional well being is as important to me as his academic success. Without my children being OK. They cannot be successful in learning, regardless of curriculum. These standards hinder my children and force the public education system and it’s teachers to fail in educating my children. And They are MY children!
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    Tonya Morgan
    Tonya Morgan Jun 10, 2015 at 12:54
  • Signed up to speak!

    Darlene
    Darlene Jun 11, 2015 at 15:26
  • You did beautifully. Well made points! Thank you for standing up and speaking out!

    LadyLiberty1885 – A.P. DIllon
    LadyLiberty1885 - A.P. DIllon Jun 15, 2015 at 19:44

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