The Core of the Problem Why Common Core should be eliminated from schools

In educational institutions across America, students are bored and lack engagement in class

With Common Core, teachers are forced to rush through both state and Common Core standards.

Because students are assigned an overwhelming amount of school work, children and teens are taking shortcuts in their assignments to complete homework in a timely manner.

The attitudes towards learning in school will persist into adulthood, leading to a generation of adults who are content accepting the most immediate information.

If Common Core is removed, students will be excited about education and prepared for future success


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