Hispanic Mom Pushes Back Against the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference’s Support of Common Core

Hispanic Mom Pushes Back Against the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference’s Support of Common Core

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The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference recently issued a statement supporting The Common Core State Standards Initiative.  From  National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference Joins Christian and Conservative Leaders in Support of Common Core State Stand:

Message from a mom to this Christian Hispanic organization.Message from a mom to this Christian Hispanic organization.

The NHCLC, called “America’s Largest Hispanic Christian Organization” by TIME magazine, is rallying its 40,000 member churches and Hispanic Evangelicals behind Common Core as a matter of biblical justice and equity. The organization is launching a national education initiative to educate members about the benefits of the Common Core State Standards for Hispanics and low-income students and to mobilize church leaders to support implementation of the standards in local schools.

Suzette Lopez, an Hispanic mother active in the anti-common core movement, offers an opposition article to the NHCLC’s stance on CCSS and we are honored to publish it on MEW:

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Christian Hispanic Mother…

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One Response to Hispanic Mom Pushes Back Against the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference’s Support of Common Core

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