Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Do Common Core Pullouts Jeopardize NCLB Waivers? Part II

Does Arne Duncan read my blog?  Absolutely not (although hopefully at least one person in the Department does).  But a few hours after my blog post yesterday, he did answer the question I posed in it.  He indicated that Oklahoma (and by extension South Carolina) was not at risk of having its NCLB waiver or funding revoked as a result of pulling out of the common core.  That does not, however, negate the next step.  Per my comments yesterday, those states still must come up with an alternative to the common core or they will find themselves in trouble.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/education_law/2014/06/do-common-core-pullouts-jeopardize-nclb-waivers-part-ii.html

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