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Articles from Curriculum Review (September 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
A craft project that really makes waves. 108
A slimy start to school. Book Review 123
Accessing tech-teaching tips. Book Review 168
ACT outlines essential college-prep work. Brief Article 145
After 15 years, school bans homemade creationism text. 103
After the first bell rings, hit the streets for stragglers. Brief Article 198
Always wear sunscreen, but never plagiarize. Brief Article 146
Blinded to science. Pleins, J. David Brief Article 109
Chronicling Latino contributions. Book Review 161
CR reviews your school's Web site. Brief Article 216
E-rate program beset by fraud and abuse, report charges. Brief Article 168
Easing test jitters. Book Review 101
From nursery rhymes to surfing online. Brief Article 121
Getting buggy with science. Book Review 112
Go out of your way to break language barriers. Brief Article 162
Going bananas over the rainforest. 941
Graduation all tied up over a bolo. 135
Ice-breaker activities help students get in the floe. Brief Article 153
Is your school ready for Constitution Day? Brief Article 132
Judging juvenile justice. Book Review 174
Kick off the school year by knocking on doors. Brief Article 135
Leaving behind lasting legacies. Grosser-Gonzalez, Jodi Brief Article 222
Locking in an instructive memorial. Labunog, Blanca Brief Article 123
Make students the celebrities on reading posters. Brief Article 215
Many states underreport grad rates, report charges. Brief Article 141
Milking the farm for nutrition facts: a dairy company offers schools free agriculture-in-the-classroom kits. Davis, Elizabeth Letter to the Editor 337
Minnesota district pioneers online PE. 224
Observe some wiggly life cycles. Book Review 482
One reason boys fall behind as readers. Bauerlein, Mark Brief Article 110
Pentagon draws heat for student database. Brief Article 109
Plugging in to Web-based education. Book Review 127
Principals shine as heroes, Boston Pops stars. Kovaric, Linda Brief Article 270
Rallies help kick back-to-school nights up a notch. Brief Article 176
Remember banned books week: resources for holding a freedom-to-read event this fall. Clark, Larra Letter to the Editor 175
Sending the cafeteria home for the weekend. Brief Article 192
Spellbinding science: an interview with Charlene Haviland. Interview 1967
Start preparing kids for middle-school transition a year ahead. Brief Article 156
States win some NCLB concessions. Brief Article 286
Students enjoy fat-busting video games. Brief Article 268
Support the troops--unless they call home. Brief Article 142
The case against school privatization. Freeman, Robert Brief Article 171
Wisdom for new teachers. Maple, Leslie T. Brief Article 101

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