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These problems might well provide worthwhile problem solving situations for pupils in the school curriculum. It takes a variety of learning opportunities in order that pupils may secure necessary information to arrive at needed solutions.
In truth, political - or rather, politicized - education legitimatizes a non-local culture's influence over the public school curriculum.
First, the rural school curriculum needs to stress the importance of good human relations and goodwill toward all.
The principle of tolerance apparently guarantees a place for homosexuality in the school curriculum; little children in the earliest grades are to be brainwashed into thinking that a family which has no mum but two dads is as normal as one which has both a mummy and a daddy.
- a common school curriculum up to grade 10 by the year 2000
Canberra, Sept 5 (ANI): 'Multiculturalism' is set to be infused in Australia's high school curriculum as the first step to teach society to respect other cultures and to combat racism.
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Q: Where should environmental studies fit into the school curriculum?
The controversy began last year after some board members in Shelby County proposed adding a pair of courses on "Bible history" to the high school curriculum. Board members proposed that the classes be paid for with private donations, which led some residents to suspect that the courses would be more like Sunday School than objective instruction.
In fact, a national study that tracked the progress of 8th grade students from 1988 through 2000 found that "the academic intensity of their high school curriculum counted more than anything else in their precollegiate history in providing momentum toward completing a bachelor's degree." But rigorous courses are not just important for college: research shows they're also critical for career success, even for students who don't go to college.

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