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October 15, 2009

Former NCES Commissioner: NCLB Has Not Met Its Goals

Mark Schneider says new test results show the No Child Left Behind Act needs to be rethought.

October 14, 2009

Stagnant Math Scores: Is Teaching the Key?

The chairman of the panel that oversees NAEP says stagnant math scores show a need to focus on improved teaching.

October 13, 2009

Feds Support New Centers to Study Math, and How to Improve Struggling Schools

Three centers would be supported by the Institute of Education Sciences, the U.S. Department of Education's top research division.

October 12, 2009

The Illusion of 'Rigor' in Math

Students are A) taking tougher math classes in high school and B) getting better grades. But test scores show that their achievement is not increasing, a former top ed official says.

October 12, 2009

Making it Official: New Voc-Ed Secretary

Brenda Dann-Messier is confirmed by the U.S. Senate as assistant secretary for vocational and adult education. How will the Obama administration's position on voc-ed shift from that of the last administration?

October 08, 2009

President Obama: Astronomer-in-Chief

President Obama talks science, and star-gazing, at the White House.

October 08, 2009

Expert Panels Weigh in on Learning Time, Assessments

A pair of white papers issued by the National Academy of Education weigh in on topics of major interest to state and federal policymakers.

October 07, 2009

'STEM' Through 4-H?

4-H steps its efforts to promote STEM through its network of programs around the country.

October 06, 2009

California Schools Superintendent: Curriculum Cuts Will Undermine Instruction

California's budget reductions will result in some state curricular materials not reaching the state's schools until 2017 or later, Jack O'Connell says.

October 05, 2009

Chinese-American Scholar on American Education, and Foreign Competition

The United States education system should build upon its strengths, rather than replicating the flaws of foreign nations' schools, a scholar argues.

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