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Think You Know Curriculum? Quiz Yourself

What's getting taught in your school's classrooms and who gets to decide? There are perhaps more possible answers to that question than ever today: The open educational resources movement, the internet, changing standards, new school and district structures, and changing roles for teachers have combined to create a diverse and, at times, bewildering state of classroom affairs.

How much do you know about this changing landscape and what the current research says about curriculum and instruction? 

Try our quiz to find out. And when you're done, check out Education Week's recent report on the fascinating and fast-changing landscape of curriculum, Navigating New Curriculum Choices

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