Cerf’s Out, Activists and Parents Look to Sink Common Core
New Jersey Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf, who was a major proponent of Common Core curriculum is stepping down at the end of the month, according to a published report in the Bergen Record.
Carolee Adams, Eagle Forum President NJ, attributes the about-face to a concerted effort across the state to educate legislators, parents and NJ taxpayers on the perils of implementing the untested curriculum that violates traditional American values and privacy of students and their families with invasive data mining techniques.
Carolee and Tea Party activists across the state worked hard to turn back the progressive tide inherent in Common Core curriculum.
Thanks to those efforts, radical education activists lost their beach-head in NJ schools. No small accomplishment.