Incorrect, Gov. Bush: Potential candidate still confused over Common Core facts
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Speaking off the cuff, it’s easy to make a mistake. But for a long time former Florida governor – and trendy presidential possibility – Jeb Bush has been criticizing Common Core opponents for, among other things, saying the Core was heavily pushed by the federal government. His still getting the basics wrong on how Core adoption went down must be called out….
In 2008 – before there even was an Obama administration – the NGA and CCSSO published Benchmarking for Success, which said the feds should incentivize state use of common standards through funding carrots and regulatory relief. That was eventually repeated on the website of the Common Core State Standards Initiative.[…]
Jeb Bush represents the Progressive establishment. Thus, it would be a catastrophe if Bush were elected president in 2016.
Do not get it…
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