There was no public debate about what the standards should be. States competed for education dollars by showing how they would change their education system. To compete for the Race to the Top funds, states had to agree to adopt the Common Core standards before they even knew what the standards would be. Additionally, the Common Core does not include an ongoing evaluation system to determine if the standards are working, she complained.
Carlsson-Paige is also concerned about the potential to use testing as the primary means to evaluate teachers along with the Common Core. Teachers should be evaluated, she believes, but evaluations should use a variety of methods that include a lot of observation. Teachers could easily be trained to get high test scores from their students using direct instruction, she said, but those teachers "would be very, very ill equipped to handle the multiple dimensions of early childhood development that teachers have to understand.
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