The Curriculum Feed
The Curriculum Feed—concise information and timely resources for California educators
Published monthly, The Curriculum Feed focuses on what's happening in education in California. We sift through a range of news sources and do our best to provide CASCD members with a manageable set of leads on critical topics in curriculum, policy, professional development, and technology. We also feature occasional articles and relevant news from our educational and corporate partners.
The Curriculum Feed - concise information and timely resources for California educators...
A publication of California ASCD - May, 2018tball Is King in the San Joaquin Valley
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The Curriculum Feed is the monthly newsletter of the California Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and it is becoming increasingly clear that mental health in schools is an important topic the nation cannot afford to ignore. According to Center for Disease Control and Prevention, one in seven U.S. children aged 2 to 8 years have a diagnosed mental, behavioral, or developmental disorder. The National Institute of Mental Health reports that one in five youths ages 13–18 experiences a serious mental health condition.
At a roundtable with the nation's top educators on Mondayafternoon, at least one teacher told Education Secretary Betsy DeVos that her favored policies are having a negative effect on public schools, HuffPost has... Read More
More teachers are using Minecraft and other digital games to teach history, science, math and other subjects. Read More
A system being unveiled at Anaheim High School this week includes high-resolution images of the school’s every nook and cranny. Read More
California state universities replace remedial English composition with a new model that takes two semesters and offers academic credit for both. Read More
Researchers focused on classrooms where more than five languages are spoken. Read More
Editor's note: This article is the first in a series entitled Map to the Middle Class, which is being jointly published by NBCNews.com and The Hechinger Report, a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on... Read More
The federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) returns significant responsibility for setting the vision and strategy for educational excellence to states and districts, and district leaders are already working to... Read More
Over the years, I've worked to bring more of my students into the conversation, and doing so has become one of the most important ways I help my students develop essential communication and thinking skills. As in many... Read More
Teaching assistants may sometimes feel like the Rodney Dangerfields of the classroom. They don't get as much respect, and certainly not as much pay as the teachers they work with. But recent reviews of effective... Read More
Scientists have long posited that there is a "critical period" for language learning, but new research suggests that the time frame stretches on much longer than previously thought. A new study from the Massachusetts... Read More
22.8 percent of the state's children are living below the poverty threshold Read More
In Southern California's Cajon Valley Union School District, career exploration starts in kindergarten. Five-year-olds learn about police officers, doctors, artists, teachers, bakers and farmers. Over the next eight... Read More
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