Did the federal government, specifically, the Obama administration, engage in a “scheme “ in support of the implementation of Common Core that violates not only Louisiana government procurement law, but the state’s control over educational curricula.
The Office of Governor Bobby Jindal filed an amended petition in court today arguing that the state’s agreement with PARCC is in violation of federal law because it is an attempt to federalize education curriculum through control over education assessments and programs of instruction.
With his latest publicity stunt, Governor Bobby Jindal continues to insult his employers, the people of Louisiana. Yesterday, Governor Jindal, House Speaker Chuck Kleckley and Louisiana State Police Colonel Mike Edmonson visited the Texas/Mexico border.
Senator Mary Landrieu’s campaign today released a list of four debates Senator Landrieu will participate in over the next several months of the campaign. Her campaign also said it participated in the Louisiana Municipal Association (LMA) Convention this past Saturday.
Again, Republican Sen. David Vitter, candidate for governor in 2015, has demonstrated that he remains best equipped among Louisiana politicians to navigate the changing political culture of the state for electoral purposes.
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Much has been written recently about the awesome growth of the petrochemical industry in Louisiana, over the past few years.
But, there's another industry that has taken center stage. The Industry of Entertainment.
So, Louisiana's Governor Bobby Jindal was for Common Core before he was against it. And, as Bob Mann pointed out in his blog, David Vitter was against Common Core--until he was for it.
Holy flop-flip. Or, is it flip flop?