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December 03, 2010

After Backlash, N.C. Expands High School U.S. History Requirements

In face of earlier criticism, the final social studies standards require students to take two U.S. history courses covering all major periods.

November 29, 2010

Common-Standards Watch: South Dakota Makes 44

South Dakota becomes the 44th state to adopt the common standards.

November 22, 2010

Common-Standards Watch: Idaho Makes 43

Idaho provisionally adopts the common standards.

November 18, 2010

Common-Standards Watch: Alabama Makes 42

Alabama becomes the 42nd state to adopt the common standards.

November 18, 2010

Governors Group Forms STEM Advisory Panel

The 19-member panel includes expertise across education, policy, business, and STEM content.

November 16, 2010

Spotlight on Common Standards

Those of you who have been following our coverage of the common standards—and those of you who feel you've missed things and want to catch up—might be interested to know that key stories and commentary on that subject have been pulled together in one place. It's our "Spotlight on Common ...

November 12, 2010

Louisiana Panel Endorses Textbooks, Despite Evolution Critics

A final decision on the science books is expected next month from the state board of elementary and secondary education.

November 10, 2010

Formative Assessment: A Lost Opportunity?

An assessment expert argues that the great potential of formative assessment to shape teaching and learning could be squandered by the two new assessment consortia.

November 05, 2010

Elections Bring Six New (Mostly GOP) State Schools Chiefs

New state superintendents will be taking office in Arizona, California, and South Carolina, among other states.

November 03, 2010

Election Results Raise Questions for Common Standards

Yesterday's elections shifted the political landscape to the right, and that could bring about some key education policy changes nationally and in states about academic standards and assessments.

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