2019 NAEP Results: Evidence mounts against Common Core. Georgia stagnant; achievement gap widens
He inherited the Common Core from his 2014 election victory and despite his best efforts to stop the effects of Common Core, Georgia’s State School Superintendent, Richard Woods, must convince the State Board and Governor Brian Kemp to get rid of the developmentally inappropriate standards. Woods ran as the anti-Common Core candidate and has made noble efforts to stop Common Core’s influence in Georgia. However, the truth remains. Georgia still has Common Core in Reading and Math, and it’s not working.
The new 2019 NAEP scores, known as the nation’s report card, is out and the progress for our nation’s education system continues to stagnate.Article