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October 02, 2009

New Chair, Board Members Named to Top NAEP Panel

David Driscoll, former commissioner of education in Massachusetts is named chair of the National Assessment Governing Board, which sets policy for the NAEP.

October 02, 2009

Visual Approach to Math Wins Praise in California Districts

A computer software program developed by the MIND Research Institute wins praise for improved math scores in some Southern and Northern California districts.

October 01, 2009

Stanford Scholar Talks Common Standards, College and Work Skills

The skills needed for two- and four-year colleges, and different jobs, may not be that similar, a scholar argues.

October 01, 2009

A Closer Look at Students' Weaknesses in Algebra (Updated)

Students on a recent algebra test struggled with some topics in particular, such as data and statistics, and polynomial and rational functions.

October 01, 2009

Study Shows Math Materials Have Impact in After-School Programs

A federal study shows math materials used in after-school programs had a notable impact on student learning while reading materials did not.

September 30, 2009

Horticulture as Part of the Curriculum

Zuni youths learn about the traditional agricultural practices of their tribe as part of a horticulture class in public schools.

September 29, 2009

Standards Off-Base on Reading 'Comprehension,' Scholar Argues

Reading comprehension is not a "skill," or single strategy that can be taught directly, but is instead rooted in prior knowledge that allows students to create understanding as they read, argues Daniel Willingham of the University of Virginia.

September 25, 2009

New Film About Darwin Finds U.S. Distributor

"Creation," stars Paul Bettany as Charles Darwin and Jennifer Connelly as his wife, Emma.

September 23, 2009

Experience the Great Outdoors and Boost Student Learning, Report Says

The National Wildlife Federation argues in favor of increasing students' time outdoors.

September 22, 2009

'Two Million Minutes,' in a Couple Paragraphs

A documentary laments the United States' standing in math and science, and praises an Arizona charter school for showing a way forward.

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