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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Parents Launch Executive Order to Stop Common Core and to Stop Student Data Mining

This week, a group of Florida parents, supported by parents and educators nationwide, have released an executive order, demanding an end to Common Core and the parentally unauthorized student data mining that’s taking place in every state.

As parents, we claim the privilege of directing our own childrens’ educations, free from SLDS (state longitudinal database tracking systems), free from Common Core-aligned testing, standards, or “model” curriculum; free from private trade group EIMAC/CCSSO data collection, free from federal micromanagement, free from federal “accountability”; free from the both student and teacher data mining and tracking that is offensive to individual liberty and to Constitutional, local control.

As parents and teachers, we claim the privilege outlined in the Declaration of Independence that government is only by consent of the governed. We, the governed, have not been asked nor have we approved these unvetted standards and systems. Therefore, any governance of children or school staff under the Common Core agenda is simply invalid.

Why: The promises of the promoters of the Common Core Standards do not add up. The evidence is overwhelming, and is increasing daily, that the Common Core agenda damages where it claims to serve; yet those who push back against the Common Core agenda are disrespected by school boards and in hearings around the nation. This is outrageous. We are the children’s parents; children are not the government’s human capital” despite what the Department of Education repeatedly claims.

Please pass this message along.

http://whatiscommoncore.wordpress.com/2013/10/10/parents-launch-executive-order-to-stop-common-core-and-to-stop-student-data-mining/

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Here is a partial list of parent-educator groups working to fight the federal-and-corporate partnered machine of Common Core.

■Alabama: Facebook link
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■Alaska: Facebook Link
■Arizona: Facebook Link
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■Arkansas: Facebook Link
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■California: Facebook Link
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■Colorado: Facebook Link
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■Conneticut: Facebook Link
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■Delaware: Facebook Link
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■Florida: Facebook Link
■Florida (Central): Facebook Link
■Georgia: Facebook Link
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■Idaho: Facebook Link
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■Illinois: Facebook Link
■Indiana: Facebook Link
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■Iowa: Facebook Link
■Kansas: Facebook Link
■Kentucky: Facebook Link
■Louisiana: Facebook Link 
■Maine: Facebook Link
■Maryland: Facebook Link
■Michigan: Facebook Link
■Minnesota: Facebook Link
■Mississippi: Facebook Link
■Missouri: Facebook Link
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■Montana: Facebook Link
■Nebraska: Facebook Link
■Nevada: Facebook Link
■New Hampshire: Facebook Link
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■New Mexico: Facebook Link
■New Jersey: Facebook Link
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■New York: Facebook Link
■New York (State Island specifically): Facebook Link
■New York (Long Island specifically): Facebook Link
■North Carolina: Facebook Link
■North Dakota: Facebook Link
■Ohio: Facebook Link
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■Oklahoma: Facebook Link
■Oregon: Facebook Link
■Pennsylvania: Facebook Link
■Rhode Island: Facebook Link
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■South Carolina: Facebook Link
■South Dakota: Facebook Link
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■Tennessee: Facebook Link
■Texas: Facebook Link
■Utah: Facebook Link
■Virginia: Facebook Link
■Washington State Group: Facebook Link
■Washington State Page: Blog
■West Virginia: Facebook Link
■Wisconsin: Facebook Link
■Wyoming: Facebook Link
■Special Education Group: Facebook Link

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