Making Voters Education a part of the high school curriculum
in both public and private high schools will further strengthen patriotism and nationalism among the Filipino youth, Olivarez said.
He said: "Maybe we are filling in the gaps left by the less impressive treatment of history in the school curriculum
He added: "I think porn should be put on the school curriculum
along with alcohol and drugs.
The connection of "real life" experiences to the school curriculum
should lead to more effective learning and therefore to improvement in test results.
A controversial Bible class is expected to be a part of the Odessa, Texas, high school curriculum
It seems to stand aside from the regular school curriculum
Also, research reports that engaging parents in an active role in the school curriculum
can open alternative opportunities for children to succeed in academics.
I am very proud of these outstanding middle schools and congratulate them for their success in academically motivating their students and preparing them for the rigorous, yet essential, high school curriculum
that lies ahead,'' State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell said in a prepared statement.
Another step to help colleges produce more well-trained graduates involves the secondary school curriculum
An ideal instruction tool for classroom science classes and home school curriculum
supplementation, Ecosystems For Children is a new three volume video series from Schlessinger Media that showcases biological concepts through experience with living things, their life cycles and their habitats.
It may be a stretch for Americans, but across the Pond, the British government is supporting a school curriculum
that takes just this tack.
Curriculum and the American Rural School traces the origins of American school curriculum
, and subsequently contextualizes it within the history of rural school curriculum
in the United States since the mid-1800s.