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A21 & Common Core

From: Lindy
Sent on: Thursday, April 18, 2013 11:46 AM

from Greg Gedeon:

--- On Wed, 4/17/13, Robert M. Silliman <[address removed]> wrote:

From: Robert M. Silliman <[address removed]>
Subject: A21 & Common Core
To: "Robert M. Silliman" <[address removed]>
Date: Wednesday, April 17, 2013, 9:27 PM

Greetings Everyone,
    Normally this A21 message information gives only those type updates. Since "Common Core Standards" has a definite political agenda that supports "Sustainable Developement" It must be noted that a new developement has come to light.
    Last Friday the Republican National Committee at the Los Angelus meeting unanamously passed a resolution blasting the "nationalizing primary-secondary education" known as "common core." It is also the Republican National Platform adopted in 2012. Federal Law, the GOP resolution states, prohibits federalizing school curricula. Dispite the clear prohibition, however, the Obama administration accepted "common core" and even used so called "stimulus money" to reward states that were most comitted to advancing the president's agenda. Republican leaders said that according to the resolution and experts, the administration failed to give states, legislatures and citizens enough time to review the national standards before they had to commit to them.
                Bob Silliman
                Ohio State Coordinator,
                Agenda 21 Coalition

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