Common Core – Archived Articles

By November 11, 2014Georgia
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2014 Legislative Session

Urgent! Common Core – Bad House Bill Resurfaces in Georgia

Georgia House Ed Committee Strikes Down SB 167

CWA of Georgia No Longer Supports SB 167

GA Common Core Update – SB 167 Moves Forward – Hearing This Wednesday, March 5

SB 167 passes out of Senate and now heads to the House!

Common Core victory in Georgia! Next step

It’s official! Georgia Common Core bill to be heard this Thursday, February 20

SB 167, Common Core legislation will not be heard Feb. 18

Warning! Georgia House Leaders Attempting to Rebrand Common Core

Update! Georgia Common Core bill to be heard this Thursday, Feb. 13

Common Core Discussion: They are not Your Children, Children Belong to their parents

Common Core Action Items: Postcard Campaign (by January 10) and Rally (February 4 – State Capitol)


2013 Common Core News

State School Board Seeks to Stifle Public Comment on Common Core

Common Core Action Item: Georgia State School Board meeting

Common Core: Setting the record straight in Georgia – AJC Editorial

Digital textbooks ignite Common Core controversy – MJD news article

Keep current on the efforts to withdraw Georgia from the Common Core.

Light up the Governor’s Switchboard

Where Do Georgia’s Elected Officials Stand on Common Core?

CWA of GA responds to recent news articles on the Common Core

New reports reveal Common Core standards are inferior to Georgia Performance Standards

Current Georgia News on the Common Core

Great success! Confronting the Common Core Events

CWA of Georgia responds to Gov. Deal’s Executive Orde

The tide is turning on the Common Core in Georgia!

Calls needed by April 25 – Halt funding for Common Core

Common Core Education Events in Georgia

Update: Common Core Update on S.B. 167

Standing room only at Common Core events

SB 167 hearing

Open Letter to Gov. Nathan Deal

Open Letter to Georgia Parents

Bill introduced to withdrawal Georgia from the Common Core (National) Standards

Something’s awry in Georgia classrooms

Georgia’s Children: The Next Federal Power Grab

Common Core Education Event Coming To Blairsville