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April 07, 2010

Wis. Prosecutor Sends Ominous Message on Sex Ed. Law

A local district attorney in Wisconsin says teachers could face criminal charges if they follow a new state law that allows them to instruct students about proper contraceptive use.

April 07, 2010

Competition Narrowing in 'Race to the Common Test'

Race to the Top assessment consortia merge into three groups.

April 05, 2010

Colorado to Host Summit on Student Financial Literacy

Colorado is hosting a summit this week on improving students' personal financial literacy.

April 05, 2010

More Feedback on Common Standards Math Section

The public-comment period for the proposed common standards has closed. At some point soon, we will get a summary of the 5,000-plus comments the Council of Chief State School Officers and the National Governors Association received on the K-12 standards. In the meantime, as a continuation of my blo...

April 02, 2010

More States Leaning Toward Online Assessments, Study Finds

A new study finds that more states are using online state assessments already, or plan to be doing so in the near future. The study also found that state education leaders are really interested in open-source platforms for state accountability testing. Researchers for the study interviewed official...

April 01, 2010

Feedback on Common Core English/Language Arts Standards

In the same spirit as my post yesterday, which offers up at least a teensy slice of the feedback on the math portion of the common standards, here are some responses to the English/language arts section. Some of these have been formally submitted on the initiative's website as feedback during the ...

March 31, 2010

Common Standards: A Group of Mathematicians Responds

A group of mathematicians has come out with a critique of the proposed common standards, which are undergoing their final few days of public comment this week. (Friday is the last day of the public-comment period. You can post your feedback on their website by clicking the little yellow bar in the l...

March 31, 2010

Race to Top Winners Include STEM in Agendas

Both Delaware and Tennessee featured STEM education in their successful Race to the Top applications.

March 30, 2010

Alaska Considers Common Standards

We've been writing it over and over: Forty-eight states have agreed to support the common-standards push. The two exceptions are Texas and Alaska. Is that about to change? It seems that educators in Alaska are discussing whether to adopt the standards.

March 29, 2010

Anticipating Profits From Common Standards

As you know, the common standards are up for public comment through the end of this week (more than 5,000 comments so far, sources tell me). While lots of debate has focused on whether the standards cover the right stuff, whether their level of rigor is appropriate, and whether they were developed i...

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