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documents:cosproject:surge:article_9-commonsensecommoncore [2018/03/25 16:11]
Oliver Wolcott
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Oliver Wolcott
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 {{:​documents:​cosproject:​surge:​surge-9-1.png?​800|This educational conflict over Common Core, an outrage to parents across the nation, reveals that we’ve drifted far off course.}} {{:​documents:​cosproject:​surge:​surge-9-1.png?​800|This educational conflict over Common Core, an outrage to parents across the nation, reveals that we’ve drifted far off course.}}
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 ===== Let’s Provide Our Children Common Sense, Not Common Core ===== ===== Let’s Provide Our Children Common Sense, Not Common Core =====
 **Michael P. Farris, JD, LLM, Convention of States Action — Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies** **Michael P. Farris, JD, LLM, Convention of States Action — Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies**
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 The Common Core battle also raises the fundamental issue of who makes federal law. The Founders thought they’d settled the question, declaring in Article I, Section 1 that all federal laws must be made by Congress. Yet states like Oklahoma are punished for challenging mere administrative decisions of the Obama administration. The Common Core battle also raises the fundamental issue of who makes federal law. The Founders thought they’d settled the question, declaring in Article I, Section 1 that all federal laws must be made by Congress. Yet states like Oklahoma are punished for challenging mere administrative decisions of the Obama administration.
  
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