The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference recently issued a statement supporting The Common Core State Standards Initiative. From National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference Joins Christian and Conservative Leaders in Support of Common Core State Stand:
Message from a mom to this Christian Hispanic organization.
The NHCLC, called “America’s Largest Hispanic Christian Organization” by TIME magazine, is rallying its 40,000 member churches and Hispanic Evangelicals behind Common Core as a matter of biblical justice and equity. The organization is launching a national education initiative to educate members about the benefits of the Common Core State Standards for Hispanics and low-income students and to mobilize church leaders to support implementation of the standards in local schools.
Suzette Lopez, an Hispanic mother active in the anti-common core movement, offers an opposition article to the NHCLC’s stance on CCSS and we are honored to publish it on MEW:
Christian Hispanic Mother of two speaks out against the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference Statement on Common Core State Standards.
On the surface, as a Hispanic Christian, the concept of helping those in need, especially those most in need, is a noble, justified and worthy cause. Nobody is disputing that. When you look under the surface of the position that the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference has taken on Common Core, something more nefarious emerges….
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