This article, from Scholastic, discusses the ways kids cheat today and what parents can do to discourage their kids from cheating.
From the US Department of Education, No Child Left Behind--Also available in Spanish.
Essential information about the No Child Left Behind act.
Details programs that are working to keep the arts in schools, presents research, lists resources, and has a great “Get Involved” page. Sponsored by the Ford Foundation.
Statistics and imperatives for advancing math education; from the US Department of Education.
Featuring “interviews with young artists, music mentors to answer questions, contests and all kinds of resources to help students enjoy and maybe even consider a career in music.” Also includes advocacy and research, and a special section for educators.
“This site offers effective tips for taking action and the latest evidence of music's importance.” With a giant list of supporting organizations and artists, a tool for grading your school’s music program, and tips for taking action.
Understand why authentic assessment is a better tool for measuring students' achievement.
Tips for increasing learning and reducing class size.
The importance of multicultural education and what you can to do make sure your child receives it.
Why No Child Left Behind means you may be able to choose a different school.
What school-based management is, and the reasons for and against it.
Why art is a necessity in education.
The link between less school and lower academic performance.
How an integrated curriculum increases student success.
Why environmental education should be taught in the classroom.
Understand the value of multicultural education.
The benefits of implementing a school uniform policy.
Find out the pluses and minuses of School Based Management.
How beauty influences attention and expectations in the classroom.