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May 02, 2012

NRC to Develop Framework for New Science Assessments

The National Research Council is planning to craft a framework to guide the development of new assessments aligned to a set of common, 'next generation' science standards.

April 25, 2012

Obama Sends Mixed Signals on Environmental Education

The Obama administration has taken some steps recently to highlight the importance of environmental literacy, but is also proposing budget cuts in this same area.

April 25, 2012

New Research Reveals Downsides of Taking Algebra Earlier

Separate studies in California and Charlotte, N.C., find that placing struggling math students into algebra in middle school reduced the likelihood that they will take and pass higher-level math courses later on.

April 11, 2012

Publisher Addresses Common-Core 'Alignment' Issue

The chief of Pearson's K-12 work reflects on common-core-aligned materials and other issues.

April 11, 2012

Business Group Urges Big Changes to Texas Math Standards

The Texas Association of Business suggests that "major revisions" are needed to a set of proposed standards in math.

April 11, 2012

Do You Know How Effective Your Instructional Materials Are?

The Brookings Institution calls for better research on the effectiveness of instructional materials, noting that they can have as big an impact on student achievement as effective teaching.

April 02, 2012

Arts Instruction Still Widely Available, But Disparities Persist

New national data do not bear out the oft-expressed claim that the arts have been squeezed out of the classroom in recent years.

March 30, 2012

Voters See Science Ed. As Priority, Give Schools Middling Grade

Only about 3 percent of voters surveyed gave their local schools an "A" grade for the quality of science instruction.

March 28, 2012

Tenn. Lawmakers OK Controversial Bill on Teaching Evolution

Leading scientists argue that the Tennessee bill would undermine the teaching of evolution in schools, and is likely to spark a legal challenge if signed by the governor.

March 27, 2012

New Jersey District Scrambles to Clarify School Hugging Ban

A New Jersey school district scrambles to clarify the meaning of a no-hugging directive issued by a middle school principal.

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