Teaching & Learning

Articles: Teaching & Learning

Matt Zalaznick
All preschool students within Washington’s Bremerton School District boundaries receive the same math and reading curriculum for kindergarten readiness.
30 school systems honored for innovative programs that improve student achievement
Alison DeNisco
Fourteen states require a student be allowed to fulfill a math, science or foreign language credit for high school graduation by completing a computer science course. (Click to enlarge)
Recent reports reveal lack of female and minority students in AP computer science courses
Alison DeNisco
Under a new plan for decentralization, Denver Public Schools will have flexibilities in curriculum and assessments that are traditionally associated with charter schools.
Principals of traditional public schools getting the flexibility of charters
Alison DeNisco
Last year, more than 900 middle school students gathered at the American Museum of Natural History in one of New York City’s largest science fairs (with more than 400 projects) on the 10th anniversary of the museum’s middle school science initiative, Urban Advantage.
American Museum of Natural History provides research and lab experiences for under-resourced high school students

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