Common Core-Why are School Administrators Ignoring Parents’ Questions?

Superintendents in Maryland have an opportunity to address parents’ concerns over Common Core, instead they screened, omitted, and edited parents’ questions.

Questions from the audience of about 160 people, which consisted of parents, PTA members, teachers, and school administrators, were submitted on cards prior to and during the 1-1/2 hour meeting for the Q&A period which lasted about 40 minutes.

Dr. Dance chose which questions to read or omit, opting for teacher and school administrator or softball questions. But he also altered the wording of the questions themselves.

In addition a parent is denied the opportunity to ask his question, is forcibly ejected from the meeting and arrested.

Watch the video here.

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