Officials at the new Allegany HS in Cumberland, Md., will take visitors on a tour following a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Aug. 20.Read More
The nation’s principals would like it if the US Ed. Dept. would listen more to students and stop abandoning them.
Research suggests taking calculus in high school doesn’t help students with the math class in college; the prerequisites do.
Recent research studies suggest that in an increasingly interdisciplinary world, “finding your passion” isn’t as good as “developing” it.
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