Common Core And Critical Thinking

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The majority, on the other hand, were intellectual robots who expected me to accept biased information, fed by rote and unprocessed critically.If I ever dared to challenge them, they would shoot me down with righteous and noisy disapproval before disgracefully dismissing me.How might Common Core academic standards be described?

The majority, on the other hand, were intellectual robots who expected me to accept biased information, fed by rote and unprocessed critically.If I ever dared to challenge them, they would shoot me down with righteous and noisy disapproval before disgracefully dismissing me.How might Common Core academic standards be described?

During my 18 years in public and private schools, I had never felt that I had enough good teachers.

Only a few stand out as defenders of clear thinking.

However, forty-five states committed to those standards, and did so even before the standards and/or accompanying curriculum were completed.

Yes, you read that correctly, States agreed to accept Common Core Standards without any proof whatsoever that it was superior to the system being replaced.

Although these costly programs all sounded noble in theory, each one, when implemented, brought some degree of instability to the teaching process.

In each case, success was hindered by a lack of intelligent planning.Too many of them utter popular catchphrases that lack in-depth understanding of the subject.Their minds float around in orbit on some stratospheric level, which is only casually connected to reality.To briefly summarize Common Core, the decision to adopt the Common Core standards was left almost exclusively in the hands of the governors and the state boards of education.The public was not made aware that our education system was in the process of being changed, and certainly we were clueless that all states had been asked to accept an education system initiated at the federal level, something our forefathers prudently warned against.Since both are needed for survival in the business world, any attempt to smother a student’s fire within for knowledge (as I identify it in my book of the same name) is, in my opinion, the act of an evil person out to cripple autonomous man.How did our country slip so fast, so innocently (it seems) to this state, from a powerful nation with a great educational system to what we know today? presidents are also active contributors to the problems in education.One mother in a popular magazine once told a reporter about what she thought was happening in the schools.“It’s the brightest, the best and the most sensitive who are at risk,” she said.It should be no surprise that parents and concerned citizens throughout America are just plain angry with the secrecy, the process, the lack of testing before being accepted and/or implemented in most every school in America, and the serious faults already discovered.It makes us wonder if this is still the America we have known and loved, when history, tradition, citizens, and our Constitution are ignored by so many levels of authority over us.

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