Independent thought is alive and well in Manchester, New Hampshire. Wednesday, Manchester School District’s board voted to split from Common Core, which spells the end of the Common Core groupthink for this groundbreaking school district.
According to the Manchester Union Leader, the board voted to have the district develop its own “Manchester Academic Standards,” following months of debate over the adoption of the Common Core standards. The 13-1 vote came after nearly two hours of public comments.
The independent, city-based standards were proposed by Superintendent Debra Livingston. God bless her and the people of Manchester.
New Hampshire parent activist Ann Marie Banfield, shared the following:
HOW WE DID IT:
1) A few moms have been involved in fighting common core in NH
2) We’ve been going around talking to different groups to educate the grassroots on the CCSS
3) We have a radio show host in Manchester who…
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