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Curriculum Advantage(TM), Inc. today announced that SEDL, a private, nonprofit education research, development, and dissemination organization, has reviewed Classworks Math and Reading for their newly released math and literacy Consumers' Guide.
By BRANDON LARRABEE ATLANTA - It looks like Georgia students will have to wait until later in their school careers to admire the works of Michelangelo.
By Paula Wolf firstname.lastname@example.org On family road trips, most parents would do a double take if their 10-year-old child pointed out the window and said, Look Mom, there's a gambrel roof! But thanks to a new curriculum for elementary-age students introduced by the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County, such a scene might soon not be so far-fetched.
PORTLAND, Ore., June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Learning.com announces today that it will offer digital mathematics curriculum from Adaptive Curriculum through the Learning.com Digital Learning Environment.
ATLANTA - When the dismal results from the sixth- and seventh- grade state-mandated social studies tests started rolling in, officials at the Georgia Department of Education were quick to look for culprits, State Schools Superintendent Kathy Cox told the State Board of Education recently.
By Cheesman, Kerry French, Donald; Cheesman, Ian; Swails, Nancy; Thomas, Jerry A survey of biology departments in 1990 led to publication of a de facto curriculum for the training of undergraduate biology majors.
The transition year from middle school to high school is critical time for student success and retention in high school. Studies show that the single biggest indicator of a student's graduation from high school is keeping them engaged and successful their freshman year.