Hillsdale College historian: Common Core "killing" great literatureHistorians in the News
tags: education, Common Core
WASHINGTON – Fewer students will be exposed to the great works of literature, art and music under the Common Core State Standards Initiative, Terrence O. Moore, assistant professor of history at Hillsdale College argues.
The Common Core is an "attempt to take away the great stories of the American people and replace them with the stories that fit the progressive, liberal narrative of the world," Moore said in a Thursday speech hosted by Hillsdale College in Washington, D.C.
The architects of the Common Core, he said, are "story-killers" because they are "killing the greatest stories of the greatest nation in history."...
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