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What Do You Teach?

Not too long ago, if a school needed to craft a new curriculum, it came through the administration or a curriculum specialist. These days, however, there are other key players involved: The parents.
American School Board Journal Senior Editor Kathleen Vail writes on the increasly powerful role both parents and community members can have on curriculum issues in today's schools.

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