Editorials: Robert G. Holland

Fishy Polls on Common Core

Never let it be said that Common Core (CC) entirely lacks educational value.

Choice as a Cure for Common Core

Suppose instead of making common cause with corporate titans and Washington technocrats to impose Common Core standards uniformly on education, philanthropist Bill Gates instead used his vast wealt

Replacing teacher tenure with incentives for achievement

Could one ruling by one Los Angeles Superior Court judge free public education from the stultifying grip of the teacher tenure system and lead to widespread use of incentives to reward excellent wo

Core Opposition Will Grow

[This article is a response to an editorial in The Augusta Chronicle]

Time of Testing Approaches for Obamacore

Maybe he was hard up for a good bragging point.

Is Common Core 'Rigorous,' Or More Nearly The Opposite?

So often do avid boosters such as U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan and former Florida Gov.

Common Core Would Deliver a Crippling Blow to School Choice

Parents and other taxpayers have multiple reasons for mounting a full-fledged grassroots rebellion against the nationalized education program being marketed as the Common Core State Standards (CCSS

Don't Jump on Bandwagon

Your editorial deems it "prudent" for the Nebraska Board of Education to have awarded a $47,000 consulting fee to Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL) to compare the state's cu

Common Core K-12 Hits Home

Defenders of home schooling are beginning to worry about the Common Core K-12 standards morphing into a national curriculum that will stifle the family-centered creativity that has fostered high ra