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Those of us fighting Common Core who have noted the bias, the questionable origins and complained about the ridiculous methods and supporting materials have been ridiculed, slammed, insulted and called every name in the book over the last five years.
From unicorns to tinfoil hats to Common Core writers telling parents to ‘butt out’, Common Core opposition (mainly outraged parents and teachers) has endured a non-stop bashing by Common Core supporters.
Shorter: ‘SHUT UP!’, explained Common Core supporters.
Well, vindication is now ours.
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Here comes EdWeek with their state report cards.
Overall, North Carolina was given a C-.
But.. but.. Dr. Atkinson says everything is great! Graduation rates are up, or something.
There were three categories that made up that overall score, here they are with what grade our state was given:
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James O’Keefe and Project Veritas have hit North Carolina. Looks like Scowlfield was right, but I bet he didn’t see this coming:
Multiple NC Campaign Workers Willing to Aid Non-Citizen With Felony Kay Hagan Vote http://t.co/MDpskix2Qa #ncsen #voterfraud
— LL1885 – A.P. Dillon (@LadyLiberty1885) October 30, 2014
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James O’Keefe and Project Veritas do it again — this time in my home state, North Carolina. It is 10 minutes long and you need to watch it — and share it with everyone you can. Continue reading