District Administration magazine, which is written for district administrators, contains a startling poll conducted by the magazine.
When asked whether they expect the opt out movement to grow in their state, 60% said yes. Only 24% disagreed. The remainder neither agreed nor disagreed.
When asked whether political pressure against the Common Core would grow in their state, 62% said yes. Only 18% disagreed.
When asked whether the implementation of new standards and tests were “generally successful” in my state, 32% agreed, and 37% disagreed.
What this poll suggests is that the people who are in responsible positions in school districts see test resistance growing, and the Common Core faring poorly.