Common Core Could Care Less Curriculum Reform Needed in the United States

Standardized tests do not accurately reflect learned knowledge. Common Core needs a new medium to reflect student's academic improvement.
Politicians, not educators, are creating the curriculums going into schools. It's crucial that in the future that seasoned educators voices can contribute to enforcing the curriculum. Social media campaigns would help raise awareness on the issue.

Common Core targets the 'average' student. Common Core does not take into account the students who academical thrive or struggle.

Common Core 'schools' students. Students need to be taught how to learn and love learning!

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