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Stop the Common Core Initiative in Louisiana

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Concern(Ed) Parents Protecting

the

Dreams of their children.

We are NOT misinformed.

We know what the (CCSSI)Common Core State Standard Initiative is and we REJECT it!

This Initiative of reforms includes untested standards, privacy issues created through data mining, unconstitutional mandates for adherence to a national curriculum and a standardized test (PARCC).

All are in direct violation of the rights of parents in the State of Louisiana. According to the Louisiana Children's Code Preamble: "Parents have the paramount right to raise their children in accordance with their own values and traditions; that parents should make the decisions regarding the educational, moral, ethical, and religioustraining of the child."

We will NOT SUPPORT any

elected official that continues

to support the Common Core State Standard Initiative,with votes or

donations.

Therefore, wedemand Governor Jindaland the State Board of Elementary andSecondary Education withdraw from the CCSSI and its PARCC testingconsortium.

Concern(Ed) Parent,

citizen of Louisiana and VOTER.

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Concerned Parents from St. Tammany Parish Concerned Parents from Jefferson Parish Concerned Parents from Orleans Parish

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  • Leslie Morgan
    Leslie Morgan United States, Pineville
    Apr 18, 2015
    Apr 18, 2015
    I am embarrassed to say that it was Rapides Superintendent that spoke in Baton Rouge for Common Core. The ONLY one in the state. I assume he wants in on the money coming in from Gates, Walton, etc foundations pushing Common Core and Charter schools. Look at New Orleans......
  • Leslie Morgan
    Apr 18, 2015
    Apr 18, 2015
    I am embarrassed to say that it was Rapides Superintendent that spoke in Baton Rouge for Common Core. The ONLY one in the state. I assume he wants in on the money coming in from Gates, Walton, etc foundations pushing Common Core and Charter schools. Look at New Orleans......
  • Nobia Quinn
    Nobia Quinn United States, Bossier City
    Mar 17, 2015
    Mar 17, 2015
    Our school board already passed a resolution to get rid of common core. It's not for every child and doesn't consider those with special needs or learning differences.
  • Nobia Quinn
    Mar 17, 2015
    Mar 17, 2015
    Our school board already passed a resolution to get rid of common core. It's not for every child and doesn't consider those with special needs or learning differences.
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