Education reform is mainly about changing 'traditional' educational practices or policies, presumably for the better. This may include changing teaching methods, administration, textbooks, schedules, curriculum, and grouping and promotion practices, for example. As time goes on, new issues come and go, but all would be considered 'education reform.' This category focuses on proposed reform to the curriculum used in public schools.
A phonemic writing system ensuring that children read and write all words in their oral vocabularies by the first grade, and that adults use written English as easily as speech.
Advocating reform through citizenship education. Curriculum outline, with related commentary by the author.
They review public school textbooks from a conservative, Christian perspective. They show what's wrong and how to fix it.
Resources for sustained school reform. Our curriculum matrix produces rigorous and relevant education for all students.
A school reform model utilizing arts integrated into core subjects to enhance student achievement. Originated with a grant from the Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University.
The Community for Education Foundation is a not-for-profit education reform organization bringing relevant skills instruction to young people through this program.
A long-term initiative to reform K-12 science education nationwide.
A program is presented for school reform which considers social priorities and mental development.
The project's goal is to improve opportunities for all students to enter and succeed in higher education by strengthening the alignment between higher education and K-12 curriculum standards and assessments.
Their mission is to return to reading instruction which follows scientifically based reading research. This site is designed to provide assistance for those engaged in this effort.
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