Dr. Milgram CC Feedback and Validation Committees answering the question.
Who rushed the CC Validation Committee?
Q – “Why did the Validation Committee get rushed?” Milgram – “It was a budgetary question.”
Q – “From the federal government?”
Milgram – “From the federal government, I don’t know how that happened. We were supposed to be independent of the federal government.”
Q – “How much influence does the federal government have then, over Common Core?”
Milgram – “I’m not the person you want to ask about that, I don’t know.”
Q – “That raises a big concern, if there was such a rush at the federal level to get this through, that just opens up several more cans of worms.”
Milgram - "As long as you're aware of them then you can look into them, and then I've done my job."
The reason this is a problem is because two former counsels general to the U.S. Department of Education, Robert Eitel and Kent Talbert tell us:
“THERE ARE THREE FEDERAL LAWS THAT PROHIBIT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FROM DIRECTING, SUPERVISING OR CONTROLLING ELEMENTARY (K-12) AND SECONDARY SCHOOL CURRICULA, PROGRAMS OF INSTRUCTION AND INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS, THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (USDOE) HAS PLACED THE NATION ON THE ROAD TO A NATIONAL CURRICULUM."