The move by South Carolina to leave the testing consortium comes at a time when common core is facing political opposition in the state.


A bill that would have required Louisiana to develop new standards to replace its adoption of the common core died in the House of Representatives.


We needed to revise our map to keep you abreast of the national state of play on the standards. And we'll continue to do so as the landscape changes.


The two main Texas gubernatorial candidates are staking out turf on education policy issues, with the GOP hopeful recently focusing on early education.


Amid all the noise, to what extent are states actually considering hedging their involvement with the common core or dropping it altogether?


New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) received funding for early education from the state, but failed to get his way with respect to charter schools.


A push against the common core in Oklahoma is gathering momentum in the state legislature, but seems to hold unclear consequences for the standards.


Twenty-seven states now consider the arts a "core" or "academic" subject, according to a new report from the Arts Education Partership.


A plan to boost school funding in Kansas in the wake of a court ruling could mean Gov. Sam Brownback's plan to increase pre-K spending won't succeed.


Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has signed a bill voiding the state's previous adoption of the common core, but there's more to the story in a state that is moving quickly to adopt its own home-grown standards.


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