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December 08, 2011

Most Teachers See the Curriculum Narrowing, Survey Finds

Two-thirds of public school teachers say the intensive focus on English and math is crowding other subjects out of the classroom.

December 05, 2011

S.C. Official Says 'No Thanks' to Green-Ribbon Schools

South Carolina's state superintendent takes aim at the Green-Ribbon Schools program, suggesting that it's overly burdensome and designed to placate environmental lobbyists.

December 02, 2011

Experts Develop Framework to Evaluate Environmental Literacy

A group of experts has developed a new framework for assessing environmental literacy.

November 30, 2011

Forget Block Scheduling, Here Comes Block-Building 101

Unit blocks are seeing a resurgence in education circles, The New York Times reports.

November 16, 2011

Study Highlights 'Power of More Time' for Science Learning

The National Center on Time & Learning offers case studies of five public schools offering more time for science instruction.

November 10, 2011

Assessment Consortium Releases Final Content Frameworks

The PARCC assessment consortium releases its revised, final content frameworks after public feedback.

November 03, 2011

No Shortage of STEM Plans Vying for Innovation Grants

More than 150 STEM education proposals are seeking a slice of federal aid in the second round of the federal Investing in Innovation program.

October 18, 2011

Initiative to Promote Teaching Evolution Across Life Sciences

The National Research Council and National Academy of Sciences are co-hosting a meeting next week to launch the initiative on teaching evolution.

October 14, 2011

Project Aims to Tie Teacher Prep to Common Math Standards

The new project aims to bring together higher education, secondary schools, and outside groups to ensure new math teachers are prepared to bring the common standards into the classroom.

October 13, 2011

Florida Governor Questions Value of Studying Anthropology

Gov. Rick Scott suggests Florida doesn't need any more anthropology majors.

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