Monday, July 28, 2014

Governor Walker's Folly

That's what the Appleton Post-Crescent editorial board calls it.

Walker's opposition to Common Core political. (Appleton Post-Crescent, 7/27/2014)

Rep. Kestell is not running for re-election, which is why he doesn't have to hold back his fire.

Sen. Olsen points out that Common Core isn't part of a state law and school districts can choose to use the standards or not. 

Related posts:
Let's connect the dots from Leah Vukmir to the American Legislative Exchange Council.  (7/21/2014)
Hypothetical Questions: Did Scott Walker get a jolt from his campaign's internal polling numbers?  (7/17/2014)
What planet was Leah Vukmir on yesterday?  (3/7/2014)
Leah Vukmir's rally line falls flat.  (3/7/2014)
Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce puts Walker in a pickle with his Tea-Party base. (2/4/2014) 
Dear Wisconsin Republicans, "Don't believe a word of those silly things you've heard, they're just rumors".  (12/13/2013)
Outside experts like Sam Blumenthal?  (11/1/2013)
Legislators hear a wide range of opinions at Common Core public hearing.  (10/4/2013)

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