Forbes: Whatever Happened to Common Core?

Peter Greene offers an interesting perspective in a July 12, 2018 article found in Forbes entitled Whatever Happened to Common Core? While not addressing philosophical issues underlying Common Core's creation, it does demonstrate how quickly something can become passe in the world of education.

Already in 2005, the CSRQ Center Report on Elementary School Comprehensive School Reform Models stated: "In 1998, education researcher Sam Stringfield observed, 'There is no shortage of programs that promise to turn around low-performing schools, but how can you tell which ones will live up to their claims?' Since those words were written, more than 500 distinct comprehensive school reform (CSR) approaches have been adopted in more than 5,000 schools across the country."

Classical Lutheran education is not a reform model. It is a renaissance. Dr. Veith's 1996 article Renaissance, Not Reform is as poignant today as it was 20 years ago . . .

Marshall McLuhan and The Classical Trivium
 

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Guest - Rencastil on Friday, 13 July 2018 11:19
Where can one find the article by Vieth?

I would like to have Veith's article, is it easy to find?

I would like to have Veith's article, is it easy to find?
Rev. Joel A. Brondos on Friday, 13 July 2018 13:04
Renaissance, Not Reform

Veith's article is extremely difficult to find online. Websites which used to carry it no longer have those pages available. I just did a PDF scan of the originals which I have and will e-mail them to you.

Veith's article is extremely difficult to find online. Websites which used to carry it no longer have those pages available. I just did a PDF scan of the originals which I have and will e-mail them to you.
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