College Board Encouraged To Press on With Curriculum Initiative

Olson, Lynn
November 1984
Education Week;11/7/1984, Vol. 4 Issue 10, p5
The article reports that the College Board provides approach to educational reform and challenges the organization to continue pressing for a high-school curriculum that develops students' competencies in the U.S. The board plans to publish six sequels to the book that will provide classroom teachers with advice about how to improve their instructional methods and curriculum in the areas of English, mathematics, and foreign language.


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