American Educator: Spring 2008
They Need Clear, Specific Content Too
After receiving the Spring 2008 issue, a handful of readers wrote to American Educator to say that while they agreed that state standards lack content, they were disappointed that the issue did not discuss the arts. Joanna Astor Bergelson from H.C. Crittenden Middle School in Armonk, N....
Another Kind of Bible Study
While college courses on the Bible's importance in history and literature are quite common, such classes typically aren't taught in high school. Yet, with all the references to the Old and New Testament in both classical and modern texts, they very well could be.
The Bible Literacy...
- And New Teachers Like Me Are Falling Through
- One Man's Modest Proposal for Infusing More Content into the Literacy Block and Making Reading Tests More Equitable
- Clear, Specific Content Holds Teaching, Texts, and Tests Together
- Focus, Rigor, and Coherence
- Up Close, Typical State Biology Standards Don't Have the Content or Coherence of the International Baccalaureate
- Core Knowledge Shows How Clear, Specific Content Supports Good Instruction
- Child Labor Around the World