|Gwinnett County Citizens Pushing Back Against Common Core, APUSH, Curriculum and Textbooks
Concerned parents and grandparents have banded together to expose anti-American curriculum and textbooks being used in the Gwinnett County public schools. Over the past two months, citizens have spoken before the Gwinnett County School Board and have met personally with board members and Gwinnett members of the state legislature. These activists refuse to stand on the sidelines while education decision makers push their progressive agenda on our children.
Push back against APUSH makes front page news!
The diligent work of concerned parents and grandparents in Gwinnett county has caught the attention of the media. Click here to read the front page cover story "US history battles flares in classrooms" in the January 16, 2015 edition of the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Great job!
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January 2015 School Board Meeting
Media coverage of board meeting:
School Board hears more complaints about Common Core, College Board
December 2014 School Board Meeting
Common Core texts driven by leftist agenda by Judy Craft, Gwinnnet Post, 10-28-14
Wrap-up for the 2014 legislative session.
Georgia Lawmaker Can’t Answer Her Own Question about Common Core (i.e., Rep. Amy Carter –R, Valdosta), April 5, 2014, Heartland.org
More Dubious Pre-K Science, April 2, 2014, Brookings (article about Georgia Pre-K)
Where's The Common Ground in Common Core?, November 12, 2013, GPB