No Isayre, I clearly posted a link as to the study they did in Pa., I personally had nothing to do with it. Just figured that if there are any members interested they could check & see what their states may have done or they can just believe what they hear, the choice is theirs.
Does the act of a state (meaning here governments in general) reviewing and then passing its own blessings upon its own actions (with regard to common core) somehow grant legitimacy to common core? Or is this review action merely a cover for the fact that they were going to accept it Cart Blanche anyway, so better to apply the smoke and mirrors act of having reviewed it thoroughly before accepting it so the citizens will more willfully believe in the lie of its legitimacy and of its benevolent nature. I'm skeptical as to who the school officials were who blessed common core, and if they are entrenched in the NEA union and thereby knee deep in ties to (I.E., owned by) the state? Can you say: "Rubber Stamp"?
This review and blessing process somewhat reminds me of how thoroughly Obama reviewed all
of the evidence (from 3,000 miles away, and in only a few scant days) and concluded that there is absolutely no doubt that Assad nerve gassed his own people. That was also cut and dried and shrouded in the pale of smoke and mirrors.