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Articles from Curriculum Review (October 1, 2007)

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Author shares a message of acceptance with young readers: encouraging cultural understanding author Prue Mason's, Camel Rider. Interview 1282
Clairvoyant princess opens school to contact angels. Brief article 133
Contest encourages students to critique websites. Brief article 320
Did you eat your vegetables? Brief article 271
Education leaders applaud ATTAIN Act. 493
EveryBODY's doing it. Brief article 324
Expensive washers fire up American public. Brief article 156
Father makes history as first male PTA president. Herbert, George 358
High school seniors lack comprehension of personal finance & economics. Brief article 108
Honeywell Teachers for the 21st Century equips Jersey City teachers. Brief article 276
Let's dance ... in the halls. Brief article 138
Networking & learning online. Brief article 188
New Book is a Giant in the Math World. Book review 630
On 2008 election priorities. Lampkin, Marc; Weaver, Reg Brief article 145
On NCLB--talk from the trenches. Martin, Maureen Brief article 195
Partnering for English & Spanish language success. Brief article 179
Promoting positive peer interactions. Book review 930
Research suggests: "drug problems at school getting worse". Brief article 183
Surprising news about what makes teens happy. Emerson, Ralph Waldo Brief article 143
Sustainable schools: recycling batteries & technological equipment. Brief article 195
Teacher-astronaut's return to earth bittersweet. Disraeli, Benjamin Brief article 252
The dime stops here. Book review 608
The presidents have arrived! Brief article 120
Turn on the power with reading. 415
U.S. student performance uneven in math & science. Brief article 159
U.S. withdraws from International math/science study. Brief article 184
Were test scores better before NCLB? Brief article 228
Young students develop scientific literacy. Brief article 172

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