Extra Credit Reading: Tuesday, December 19, 2006
California junior high school history teacher Polski3 wonders aloud whether or not students' grasp of history ought to be a discrete component of NCLB or should history as a separate subject be allowed to go extinct.
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It is a given that high school students tend to stay-up late and then sleep-in late. In order to cope with this reality, a number of high schools around the country are exploring the idea of opening later in the day.
Joanne Jacobs has the scoop on how even primary school-age students are now studying the rigorous International Baccalaureate program, which was originally designed for college-bound high school students.