March 14, 2014

You and Your Children Cannot Be Punished For Refusing to Take SBAC

On Wednesday, March 12th there was a public hearing by the Education Committee in Hartford to discuss, among others, two bills dealing with Common Core. At that hearing, CT Commissioner of Education, Stefan Pryor, said, clear as day, that there is no consequence to students if they opt out of SBAC testing. See for yourself:

Later Allan Taylor, Chairman of the Connecticut Department of Education, also confirmed our right to opt out:

So parents, please do not fear opting out, it is completely within your rights.

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