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- Training colleges struggle to fill gaps. // Education (14637073);8/2/2002, Issue 65, pN.PAG
Reports on statistics concerning teacher shortages in Great Britain, according to the Graduate Teacher Training registry. Percentage of all postgraduate secondary school teacher-training courses that remain unfilled in England; Percentage of all postgraduate secondary school teacher-training...
- Rethinking your science program. // Curriculum Review;May99, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p10
Reports science courses offered by the Kinnelon High School in New Jersey. Provisions of the Geophysical Systems course to first year students; Preference of sophomores on biochemistry; Advantages of integrating science subjects.
- Research Underscores Need for Tough Courses. Olson, Lynn // Education Week;5/22/2002, Vol. 21 Issue 37, p10
Highlights the benefit of taking more rigorous and challenging courses in high school, based on a set of papers presented at a conference on American high school. Likeliness of attending a four year rather than a two year college for those taking rigorous course sequences in high school;...
- Virtual High School Adds Full Course Option. // Electronic Education Report;10/28/2013, Vol. 20 Issue 21, p3
The article reports that the Virtual High School in Maynard, Massachusetts has started offering students the option to take a full course load through the school.
- Innovative school curriculum incorporates LGBT-related issues. MAXWELL, CARRIE // Windy City Times;3/23/2011, Vol. 26 Issue 25, p14
The article offers information on the Global Citizenship Experience (GCE) High School in Chicago, Illinois whose curriculum incorporates LGBT-related issues.
- Hill County SAT class offered to students. // Lakelander (Whitney, TX);11/19/2014, Vol. 27 Issue 45, p5
The article reports that a two-day "Master the SAT" class will be hosted by Itasca High School in Texas on January 17 and January 24, 2015.
- Students, Meet the Real World. // Teen Ink;Oct2011, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p10
The article presents author's opinion on the high school curriculum which the author thinks, does not prepare students for the real world.
- It's Not Your Father's Physics Class. Hoff, David J. // Education Week;06/14/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 40, p1
Emphasizes the teaching of conceptual physics to ninth grade and high school students in the United States. Estimated number of high school students that were enrolled in physics from 1987 to 1997; Common problem of schools when revising their science curricula; How schools in Little Rock,...
- Moser moves to rescue Britain's schools. Bown, William // New Scientist;9/1/90, Vol. 127 Issue 1732, p18
Studies the British Association for the Advancement of Science's (BA), plans to set up an independent commission into education. Science according to the National Curriculum; Teacher shortage; Inquiry to be modeled on the Carnegie Foundation in the United States; Educational principles and...