Delaware teacher slams lousy implementation of the Common Core, thinking other states must do as bad a job

Advancing New Hampshire Public Education

Contrast the experience of this Delaware teacher with that of the many New Hampshire teachers who speak out here.  You’ll hear this same complaint about highly scripted curricula based on the Common Core in other states as well, like New York.  But when you see how the Common Core is implemented here in New Hampshire (and Washington state, Idaho, Kentucky, North Carolina and many other states), you realize that bad curricula are not a Common Core issue but a matter of poor education leadership.

Don’t make the mistake this teacher does of universalizing her experience:

I used to do many fun, innovative projects with my students.   My students have owned and managed their own businesses, written children’s books and read them to younger students, done year-long literature studies on specialized topics, hosted project fairs, and an array of other student-created, choice- driven projects.  They have designed, researched, written and…

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One thought on “Delaware teacher slams lousy implementation of the Common Core, thinking other states must do as bad a job

  1. minnehanh

    American education has always been admired and emulated because of the high price we put on innovation and creativity. Gone with that now, I guess, with all of this Common Core nonsense. Pretty soon they’ll figure out a way for all kids to wear the same size shoes….

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