Indiana halts Common Core, Oklahoma dumps more money into itSubmitted by ultimation on Wed, 05/15/2013 - 09:20
TULSA – A new bond issue was approved today by Tulsa County voters. The $38 million bond issue was voted on Tuesday, passing by a greater than 2 to 1 ratio
Additionally this will enable the schools to purchase “computers that are equipped to handle the next generation of mostly online state standardized tests.” The proposed purchase includes bringing the computer to student ratio up to state average levels, as well as the computers for the tests.
Read the full story on Standard Excellence. These exact same tests they're wanting new computers for had all kinds of problems, including being delayed twice just LAST MONTH because of McGraw-Hill server issuues! And we just keep giving them money when they ask for it...