HIllsdale Lecture on Common Core

| June 20, 2013 | Reply

Common Core Education without Representation posted an excellent video today.

HIllsdale College Professor Daniel B. Coupland speaks about the servile quality of Common Core’s skills-based focus: “As long as students are told that the end of education is a job or a career, they will forever be servants of some master.”

He profoundly says:

“If education has become –as Common Core openly declares– preparation for work in a global economy, then this situation is far worse than Common Core critics ever anticipated. And the concerns about cost, and quality, and yes, even the constitutionality of Common Core, pale in comparison to the concerns for the hearts, minds, and souls of American children.”

 

(Hat Tip: Common Core Education without Representation for the video link)

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