Bobby Jindal and David Vitter are both hypocritical on Common Core

Something Like the Truth

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By Robert Mann

When I listen to Gov. Bobby Jindal and Sen. David Vitter fight over Louisiana’s participation in Common Core, it sounds like the dispute of a dysfunctional family, in which the parents are oblivious to how their brawl hurts the children.

Plates sail, curses fly and the terrified kids huddle behind the sofa, praying they won’t be hit in the crossfire.

Like too many domestic disputes, our leaders’ battle over Common Core pays no mind to what’s best for the kids. Instead, the players seem concerned only with their political futures. They posture and switch positions with ease, pandering to whichever audience is more likely to help them capture higher office.

Chief among those ignoring the children is Gov. Bobby Jindal.

Once, Jindal helped lead the national effort to write and adopt the Common Core academic standards. His bold signature is upon a document, the Common Core Standards…

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Posted on August 11, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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