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Common Core used widely, despite continuing debate

Most of the states that first endorsed the Common Core academic standards are still using them in some form, despite continued debate over whether they are improving student performance in … Click to Continue »

'Star Trek: Discovery' showrunners on boldly going somewhere new with the fabled space franchise

One of the core tenets of the myriad versions of “Star Trek” over the last 50 years has been peaceful conflict resolution and examining why people — and various alien species — battle over differences instead of celebrating commonalities. Which is why Gretchen J. Berg and Aaron Harberts, two of...

Defining Common Assembly Properties for Multi-project .NET Core 2.0 Solution in Visual Studio 2017

Ever wondered how you could change/maintain common assembly properties for every project in a Visual Studio 2017 solution based on.NET Core 2.0 in one place?

When 5 × 3 ? 15

5 × 3 = 15 even in Common Core math, right? Yes, but only if you reach the answer by the most cumbersome means possible. Otherwise, points will be deducted:

ASP.NET Core 2.0 MVC Layout Pages

How to share common visual elements, code blocks and directives in ASP.NET Core MVC. Continue reading

For the Last Time, This Is Why We Need Common Core - Even If Parents Hate It

It's understandable that Common Core gets a lot of parents in an uproar. The viral articles featuring convoluted equations and indirect questions on a first-grader's homework assignment can be more than concerning for a parent. Despite...Show More Summary

The importance of common, shared understandings

I had the chance recently to work with an awesome teacher-led school here in Colorado. Because the school already is pretty amazing, we spent most of our day and a half together fine tuning a few aspects of its work. One of the core values of this school – stated front and center in its […]

Everything You Need to Know About Common Core

We've all seen the jokes about Common Core fails and heard parents lament about not being able to help their children with homework under the complex new math standards, but few people seem to understand what the controversial standards...Show More Summary

Microsoft's .NET Core 2.0: What's new and why it matters

Microsoft is rolling out.NET Core 2.0,.NET Standard 2.0 and ASP.NET Core 2.0, advancing the company's goal of more of a common.NET platform everywhere.

5 Ways to Make Math Seem Appealing to Kids Who Just Aren't Interested

Getting your kids interested in math - or anything number-related - can be a real challenge, especially if you weren't exactly fond of arithmetic yourself growing up. Rather than focus solely on the Common Core worksheets their teacher...Show More Summary

When should you buy a Core i5 Surface Pro instead of a Core m3?

Is a Core m3 processor in the Surface Pro enough for note taking and coding? Intel has a number of processors aimed at budget PCs, one of which is the Core m3. While it doesn't put out as much power as the U-series CPUs commonly found...Show More Summary

3 Examples That Show How Common Core Is Destroying Math Education In America

Authored by Michael Snyder via The Economic Collapse blog, Whenever you let federal bureaucrats get their hands on anything they are probably going to ruin it. During the Obama administration, the Department of Education spearheaded a transformation of American education that was absolutely breathtaking. Show More Summary

Great Resource for Quality Common Core Aligned Lessons

Exemplary Common Core-aligned lessons from rock star peers at large

New system greatly speeds common parallel-computing algorithms

The chips in most modern desktop computers have four "cores," or processing units, which can run different computational tasks in parallel. But the chips of the future could have dozens or even hundreds of cores, and taking advantage of all that parallelism is a stiff challenge.

What is the Core Problem with Violence Around the World? Peace Has to Come From Somewhere…

If we can identify the commonalities in violence, we may be able to realize peace. The post What is the Core Problem with Violence Around the World? Peace Has to Come From Somewhere… appeared first on The Good Men Project.

AM News: NY Shortens Testing, Study Measures Charter Network Impacts

NY is cutting Common Core testing from 6 days to 4 days on.rocne.ws/2tdn7dz via @DandC In NY, math and English tests will be cut by one day each chalkbeat.org/posts/ny/2017/… What Defines a Segregated School? Debate Over ConnecticutShow More Summary

New York state considering shortening its Common Core tests

New York state's education policy-makers are expected to shorten the time students spend taking the much-maligned Common Core math and English tests. The Board of Regents is set to vote … Click to Continue »

AM News: Super Schools Dropout, CA Common Core, Viral Half-Day Rant

Backers abandon $10 million Super School project in Oakland sfgate.com/education/arti… East Hartford Students Rally After Betsy DeVos 'Dangerous Daycare' Comments | NBC Connecticut ow.ly/3NkP30c9mUu California students go online in record...Show More Summary

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