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Female elementary school teachers who are anxious about math pass on to female students the stereotype that boys, not girls, are good at math.
Reasons for requiring a child to repeat the first grade may go far beyond the basic "three R's," parents must often shoulder at least part of the blame or credit.
ARLINGTON, Va. and BOSTON, Sept.
Whether theyâ€™re found in a museum or a textbook, historical narratives about traumatic events such as war and genocide are better left to older students, who have typically developed a more refined historical consciousness, says a University of Illinois professor who studies and teaches historical instruction.
GREENVILLE, S.C., Aug. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- When South Carolina public schools reconvene for the 2009-2010 academic year later this month, thousands of students will gain a new source of support, courtesy of employees at Michelin North America.
-- Connor Gordon, 11, of Savage, Minnesota and his Character "Lydia Fox" to Be Featured in a Live Action Segment of the ARTHUR Show -- WOONSOCKET, R.I.
Kids Streaming More than One Million Video Clips Per Week on pbskidsgo.org ARLINGTON, Va., March 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As a media leader exploiting new technology for educational enrichment, PBS KIDS GO! announced today the expansion of its video player capabilities to include new in-video gaming on pbskidsgo.org (www.pbskids.org/go/video).
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan supports physical activity and nutrition programs for students and their parents DETROIT, Feb.
With its February 2009 issue, Parenting magazine becomes two separate, more targeted editions: Parenting School Years, for moms with children in elementary school; Parenting Early Years, for moms of infants, toddlers and preschoolers NEW YORK, Jan.
By Rory McClannahan Mountain View Telegraph When Crystal McCoin was getting ready for work Tuesday morning, receiving a $25,000 award was the last thing on her mind. An assembly was on the schedule at Route 66 Elementary School, where McCoin is a sixth-grade teacher.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.