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  • No Child Left Behind being replaced by Every Child Achieves

    Janet Pinto, Chief Academic Officer, Curriki The “Every Child Achieves Act” (ECAA) has passed the U.S. Senate overwhelmingly with the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). Approval of similar legislation is expected in the House (which has … Continue reading
  • Recess in Kansas – Too Short?

    By Kim Jones, CEO, Curriki According to an article this week from the Associated Press, elementary students in public schools in the State of Kansas have only 20 minutes or less for their daily recess. The Kansas State Department of … Continue reading
  • Classroom Technology for New Teachers

    By Janet Pinto, Chief Academic Officer, Curriki I had an interesting chat with Educator Ilna Colemere, who helps familiarize student teachers with technology applications they can use in the classroom. Her students love the Curriki site, because they say it … Continue reading

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