The state Legislature and Gov. Andrew Cuomo agreed in March to essentially hit the pause button on using Common Core standards to judge students.
But the two-year moratorium -- which doesn't impact teacher evaluations -- isn't enough for some parents and education reformers.
Advocates in support of dropping Common Core teaching standards, mainly those from Long Island, will rally in the well of the Legislative Office Building Tuesday to push New York to withdraw from the standards altogether.
"The attendees will meet with NYS legislators to lobby for a withdrawal from Common Core State Standards, high stakes testing, and data mining; the group seeks to restore control of curriculum to local school districts," the news release said.
The event is tomorrow morning starting at 11 a.m.
Cuomo and the Legislature are debating whether to put in a moratorium on using Common Core to judge teachers. Cuomo said last week it would be "overkill" to put in a moratorium -- which is being pushed by unions and Democrats.