Since March of this year, four states have withdrawn from Common Core. More than a dozen states have either exited from or downgraded their involvement with the common assessments. Four more states never signed on to the push for national standards and tests.
Why are states more concerned than ever about Common Core? What impact will Common Core have on private school students and families who choose to homeschool? What does the future portend for the push for uniform standards and tests? And, what does life after Common Core look like?
Join us for a discussion of these questions and more.
More About the Speakers
Stanley Kurtz, Ph.D.
Senior Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center, and contributing editor, National Review Online
CEO and Founder, AccountabilityWorks
Neal McCluskey, Ph.D.
Associate Director, Center for Educational Freedom, The Cato Institute
Director of Federal Relations, Home School Legal Defense Association
Williamson M. Evers
Research fellow, The Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Will Skillman Fellow in Education