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May 14, 2010

Protesters in Idaho Suggest IB Program Is Anti-American

Protesters in Idaho express concern that the IB program spreads anti-American ideas in U.S. schools.

December 07, 2009

The Legacy of a Canadian Tragedy, and 'STEM' Education

A story examines the legacy of "The Montreal Massacre," and the reluctance of women to pursue careers in "STEM" fields.

December 02, 2009

On Federal STEM Efforts and Grassroots Support for Standards

A former NCES commissioner weighs in on President Obama's "Educate to Innovate" campaign. Supporters of common standards look for grassroots support.

November 24, 2009

Teaching About Hunger This Thanksgiving

The United Nations World Food Program is looking for the "edgiest, most provocative" videos about hunger for an international competition.

November 06, 2009

(Re)Inspecting the STEM Pipeline

A business-higher education group takes issue with the findings of a recent study on the "STEM" pipeline.

November 02, 2009

China's Education Minister Removed

China's education minister, Zhou Ji, is removed from his position and replaced by his deputy.

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.

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.

September 16, 2009

"Two Million Minutes" Part II, Comes to the Big Screen

A new film is the sequel to a 2007 documentary that criticized American students' academic preparation, and motivation, compared with young people in China and India.

September 14, 2009

In Defense of the Humanities

When the title of the article is “Dehumanized: When Math and Science Rule the School,” it’s safe to assume that the author is not buying the prevailing line about the United States’ shortcomings in those subjects, and their alleged consequences for society. Mark Slouka, in a piece in publish...

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