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September 11, 2009

The Impact of California's Budget Troubles on the Curriculum

California's budget cuts are deeply affecting the school curriculum. The four-year postponement of the textbook adoption process is a huge financial loss for publishers.

September 09, 2009

How to Prepare Math Teachers: The NCTQ Recommended Method

The National Council on Teaching Quality, which has been critical of elementary math teachers' preparation, is offering an online guide to coursework it believes is effective.

September 04, 2009

On Politicians and School Visits

In Iowa, there's a long tradition of national political figures paying visits to schools.

September 03, 2009

Energy, Cost Savings, and Curriculum

The EPA is encouraging schools to adopt energy-saving measures, and to blend energy topics into the curriculum.

September 03, 2009

Does the Teaching of Listening and Speaking Get Enough Attention?

Do you feel that all students can benefit from more of an emphasis on oral language, speaking well, or do you see this only as an issue for English-language learners?

August 28, 2009

Mozart, Beethoven, and Student Creativity

Creativity is rooted in hard work. Schools don't do enough to help students understand this, the scholar Robert Root-Bernstein argues.

August 26, 2009

Reminiscing About W.Va.'s Textbook Wars

Organizers of Kanawha County's infamous textbook battles hold a reunion to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the violent protests.

August 21, 2009

New Law Textbook for High Schools Includes Immigration Law

To keep up with the issues of the times, Street Law Inc., a nonprofit organization supporting civics education, has added a chapter on immigration law and policy to its new textbook for high school courses in "practical law." "Everyone needs to think about what our immigration policy should be," ...

August 14, 2009

Scholar Gives His View on Global Competitiveness and School Reform

A Michigan scholar's own learning experiences as a student in his native China shapes his perspective on American education reform.

August 12, 2009

Curriculum Explores Why the World Has Refugees

Jesuit Refugee Service/USA has created a free curriculum to teach high school students about refugee and migration issues.

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