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December 10, 2014

Push to Reduce Test Scores' Weight in Evaluations Announced by Tenn. Governor

Gov. Bill Haslam's push to significantly alter teacher evaluations follows the governor's announcement in October that he wants a public review of the Common Core State Standards in Tennessee.

December 01, 2014

With Governor's Race on Horizon, Sen. Vitter Changes Stance on Common Core

Vitter, who announced plans to run for Louisiana governor last January, praised the common standards in August, but now says they are endangering education for several reasons.

November 26, 2014

Arizona Teacher Announces Effort to Recall State Chief-Elect Douglas

In order for an official recall election to take place, supporters have to get at least 364,000 signatures, or 25 percent of all ballots cast in the general election.

November 24, 2014

NCLB Waiver Reclaimed by Oklahoma After Three-Month Absence

The state was the second to lose its NCLB waiver after Washington state, and it is the first state to reclaim a lost NCLB waiver.

November 11, 2014

Common-Core Pushback: Keep Track of the Latest Information

Get the latest updates on pushback to the Common Core State Standards in Louisiana and elsewhere with two separate presentations on edweek.org

November 06, 2014

Ohio Bill to Repeal Common Core Clears Committee, Future Unclear

A bill to repeal the Common Core State Standards in Ohio passed a House committee, but its future in the state legislature is uncertain.

November 04, 2014

Gov. Walker Wins the Wisconsin Governor's Race

GOP Gov. Scott Walker has won the Wisconsin's governor's race.

November 03, 2014

For New Common-Core Test, Ariz. Picks American Institutes for Research

The new test will be called the AzMERIT exam, and will replace the state's Arizona Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) tests

November 03, 2014

No Online Common-Core Tests in Louisiana This Year, State Decides

In addition to the paper-only announcement, Superintendent John White also said the English/language arts portion of the test for students in grades 3-8 would be shortened.

November 03, 2014

Election 2014 Caravan of Delights: Oklahoma Superintendent's Race

In the Oklahoma superintendent's race, both Democrat John Cox and Republican Joy Hofmeister have come out against high-stakes testing. What other issues are they highlighting?

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