February 9, 2014
Eleven year old Ethan Rediske, the little boy we told you about
that was in hospice care, near death due to complications of brain damage and cerebral palsy died on February 7th. His family was still being hassled about paperwork for a waiver from Florida's standardized test, the FCAT. According to the video below, the heartless educational bureaucracy is more concerned that too many children don't escape profiling via these corporate sponsored social engineering tools, because it might affect school grades, than it is about leaving a family to say good bye to their dying son and mourn his loss:
This has got to stop. Children are much more than test scores. Please help us remove this insane Common Core system from the state of Florida.