George Will on Doubts About Common Core

EndCommonCore_LogoOver this past weekend, I posted John Stossel’s views on Common Core.  Now, via his article yesterday in the Washington Post, conservative columnist George Will weighs in.  An excerpt:

The Common Core represents the ideas of several national organizations (of governors and school officials) about what and how children should learn.  It is the thin end of an enormous wedge.  It is designed to advance in primary and secondary education the general progressive agenda of centralization and uniformity.

Understandably, proponents of the Common Core want its nature and purpose to remain as cloudy as possible for as long as possible.

To read the entire article, click HERE.