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 - August, 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.
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It's the back-to-school season - and many young people may be feeling reluctant about returning for the start of another academic year. And in many schools there are deliberate attempts to boost attendance by giving... Read More
For some kindergartners starting school this year in the San Gabriel Valley, their first teachers are just as likely to greet them with "hola" or "ni hao" as "hello." These are the experiences thousands of students... Read More
Educators should employ nuanced, innovative teaching strategies while encouraging responsible internet use for students in the coming year. Ryan Johnston Editorial Fellow Richard Culatta speaks in June at the 2018... Read More
11th graders suffering test fatigue from too many tests and SAT better positions underserved students for college, proponents say. Read More
Earlier this summer, legislative leaders and Gov. Jerry Brown agreed to shower the education bureaucracy with tens of millions of dollars to shore up the state’s intervention program for struggling... Read More
Research increasingly suggests that social and emotional learning (SEL) matters a great deal for important life outcomes like success in school, college entry and completion, and later earnings. Read More
Nearly 8 million students nationwide were chronically absent during the 2015-16 school year; California accounted for more than 760,000 of those children. Read More
Complaints that the state education data web site was too difficult to understand led to redesigned version. Read More
Three-quarters of district superintendents say preparing students to be engaged citizens is a challenge for schools. This is a huge jump over past years. In fact, the number of superintendents concerned about this... Read More
More than a third of the 30 biggest school districts in the United States are not using any math or English/language arts curricula that are rated highly for alignment to state standards, a new study from the Center... Read More
The State Board of Education has no answer to a basic question: Should the state measure readiness for 'college and careers' or 'college or careers'? Read More
The standards will guide teaching for K-12 students. Read More
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