DNC's failing Common Core exposed by WikiLeaks
After obtaining a recent data dump of hacked emails belonging to the Democratic National Committee (DNC), WikiLeaks exposed the extreme unpopularity of the federal government’s Common Core State Standards … and how the average American voter sides with local — and not federal — control of education.
The Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLSA) argues that the latest series of leaked communications between DNC strategists surfaces something that should have already been plain to see for the American public for some time — that the only champions of the Common Core is the federal government and others under its payroll who personally benefit from its implementation.
“Thanks to WikiLeaks … a shining beacon of obviousness has finally entered the election scene,” HSLDA Deputy Director of Federal Relations Andrew Mullins asserted. “[The leaked information serves to confirm in Americans’ minds beyond a doubt that] the Common Core State Standards are deeply unpopular, and local control of education is a winning issue for American voters.”