The JPEF’s shameful use of the military to try and score common core points.

This was their post on
Facebook:
 We standardize some common and
important things to make life, and travel, easier. For example, electricity
outlets are the same shape and size across the country, no matter where you go. A
 set of common learning goals will help children who move into and out of
Florida – such as military families – be successful in school. Common Core
State Standards will make our state more military-friendly and more attractive
to out-of-state businesses considering relocation.

…such as military
families be successful in schools, well there you have it friends support
common core or you hate the military.

Fact number one, nobody
knows if common core will improve education or not.

Fact number two, an endorsement
for common core is an endorsement for high stakes testing.

Fact number three, it is
going to cost billions of dollars and that is money going to testing companies
rather than schools.

Slow down JPEF, slow
down.

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