My latest column for the Mobile Press-Register and, limited to 600 words, gives concrete examples of how Common Core’s supposed “integration” of academic disciplines with each other actually leads to nonsense everywhere you look. In a piece for The Advocate in Louisiana, I use one of the same examples, and lots of other material, to show just how counterproductive is Common Core’s math. It’s the second time for the Advocate that I have specifically focused on the particular problems with CC math; here was the first. (And here’s another, new, good piece on the same subject by a very smart guy named Barry Garelick.)

Again, though, here is my latest.