Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Interesting article about the theme schools in New York. While it's not about technology per se, I was intrigued by the comment towards the end that, at the architecture theme school, they were considering eliminating the two required architecture courses next year so they could free up the architecture teacher to help the other teachers integrate her subject in their classes. Sounds a little like what's happening with technology.

Some of the reasons why the program isn't succeeding shine light on education in general: The New York Times > Education > Learning Curve: Early Gains and Losses at City's Themed Schools (Free registration required)


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