At a news conference this morning at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford, CEA leaders released a survey of members and called for teachers to play a central role in addressing problems with the roll out of Common Core.
CEA President Sheila Cohen said, “This survey should be a wake-up call for anyone who tries to sugarcoat the reality in our classrooms. For students to reap the benefits of Common Core and for it to be successful in Connecticut, policymakers must listen to feedback from teachers about what is going well and not well; give teachers the time to plan, train, and collaborate; appropriately equip classrooms; and give students more time to succeed at the new, more rigorous standards before they are tested.”
Read the CEA press release here.
View a PowerPoint presentation from the news conference.
Watch excerpts from the news conference here or below.
Stop Common Core! Bring back local control!
NIce about face…first you support this – along with NEA and then you do a 180. You know what lemmings are right? Who allows you to write this crap?