House Bill 237: Prohibit Common Core

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House Bill 237: Prohibit Common Core
Sponsors:
Representative Thompson, Representative Becker, Representative Hood, Representative Lynch, Representative Young, Representative Adams, J., Representative Wachtmann, Representative Maag, Representative Boose, Representative Roegner, Representative Beck, Representative Retherford, Representative Perales, Representative Sprague
Summary:

House Bill 237 prohibits the state of Ohio from adopting the Common Core Standards. The bill would also increase privacy protections of personally identifiable educational information. HB 237 rejects national curriculum standards in favor of state developed standards permitting individual schools and districts to make curriculum decisions for their own students.

HSLDA's Position:
Support.

HSLDA opposes the Common Core. Visit HSLDA's Common Core Resource Page to understand why.

Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:
7/31/2013 (House) Introduced and Referred to Education Committee

End of legislative session with no further action.

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