This weeks #7for7 has the Mississippi Senate Conservative Coalition digging for answers from government-school bureaucrats, while government-school bureaucrats attempt to wait out the clock and push propaganda to keep the pyramid scheme alive. The Attorney General’s Office is the latest to flee downtown Jackson, sort of. We ask your thoughts on proposals to regulate texting-while-driving. The Enterprise Journal takes on Barbers. And, people STILL want to do away with inspection stickers.
#4. Senate Conservatives want answers from MDE on Common Core, say money not standards drove adoption.
- PLUNKETT: Common Core endangers innovation and choices in education. (mississippipep.wordpress.com)
- HILL: Senator Jones’ response to Common Core concerns loaded with falsehoods. (mississippipep.wordpress.com)
- HILL: Mississippi Can Do Better Than Common-Core (mississippipep.wordpress.com)
- Sen. Hudson wants another stab at texting-while-driving restrictions. (mississippipep.wordpress.com)