Last July, I went to The Blaze studios to be a panel member of We Will Not Conform, a live Common Core event shown in movie theaters across the country.
Multiple aspects of Common Core were discussed, including political and election implications. For many citizens, especially parents fighting Common Core, being squishy on the topic is a deal breaker.
I like Scott Walker. I think he has a lot of great assets to bring to the table. Having said that, for me, Scott Walker just accrued strike one.
— LL1885 – A.P. Dillon (@LadyLiberty1885) April 23, 2015
This is fence sitting. But why? One has to jump back a few years.
I listen to him in the morning on the radio. I know he likes Scott Walker as a candidate, but there is an important piece of information about Governor Walker that Mr. Beck needs to factor in.
He listened to me at We Will Not Conform and I hope he listens to me now.
I’ll phrase this piece of information as a question that I hope he’ll answer, who was the education adviser to Governor Walker when Wisconsin adopted Common Core?