The “Righty/Lefty” survey that surfaced in October of this year at Aurora Middle School a few weeks ago received national attention because of the nature of the questions that students and parents were asked to answer. The survey, many of you will recall, was a Social Studies assignment given to 7th grade students that asked […]
A Providence Public Schools 2nd grade teacher, Stephen Rounds, decided to quit due to a one-size-fits-all curriculum and system that just taught to the test.
International Baccalaureate (IB) is harmless right? It just helps students gain an appreciation for the world around them and diversity, right? It promotes rigorous international educational standards that will help American students catch up to the rest of the world doesn’t it? IB is a non-profit educational foundation which was helped to launch by UNESCO […]