From the FAQ section
“Q. Are there plans to develop common standards in other areas in the future?It then list multiple groups that are theoretically working on science, “world languages,” and Arts. There is no mention of history, government, economics or any of the related subjects. It says that the “states are developing the Next Generation Science Standards.” Maybe. If the government subsidies hold out.
A. CCSSO and NGA are not leading the development of standards in other academic content areas. Below is information on efforts of other organizations to develop standards in other academic subjects.”
Since most of these people are from the left I am not sure I want them developing standards for history anyway.
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There's no need for wage-slave training now that we've sent all of our manufacturing overseas, and too much "unnecessary" knowledge is dangerous to tyrants.ReplyDelete
I mentioned that very topic in class last week when talking about the effects of the second great awakening. Then education was mainly home school or what they called "dame schools." The type of education you mention was being championed in, drum roll, Massachusetts and Philadelphia. They were already on the lefty wagon back then.Delete
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