Ohio legislators introduced a bill to stop the implementation of Common Core and the Common Core Assessments. The bill states:
Any actions taken to adopt or implement the common core state standards as of the effective date of this section are void.
The Columbus Dispatch reports on the this issue:
If approved, Ohio would be the third state to thwart implementation of Common Core, which outlines what students in kindergarten through 12th grade should know in math and English language arts.
Indiana lawmakers recently passed legislation calling for a review, public hearings and fiscal analysis of the standards, and in Michigan, legislators added language to the state budget barring education officials from spending money to implement Common Core or corresponding assessments.