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Find out the results to the latest PISA, which tests student competence in reading, science, and math around the world. See how the U.S. ranks internationally.
Much of the world takes a 'gap year' to travel or perform national service between high school and college, but what about American students?
Thanks to growing competition from around the world, students must work harder than ever. Here are the skills that kids will need to compete.
Summarizes the underlying principles of the Montessori method of education and discusses the role of the teacher in guiding and preparing a child for learning.
American students do many things well. But for the past decade or so, math has not been one of them.
School options in the U.S are complicated enough, but the choices abroad may be even less clearcut. Parenting advice on finding a school in a foreign country.
Summarizes how materials and activities are used in the Montessori environment, how the program supports contemporary practices and how it provides for
Waldorf schools emphasize the teaching of the whole child.  Read about the basic principles and the common curriculum features of Waldorf schools.
Examines basic features that define the Reggio Emilia approach including beliefs about how children learn, adults' roles, the classroom environment and program
Summarizes the High/Scope educational approach including basic principles and goals, five essential elements of the approach and a typical daily routine.
Lists the guiding principles about child-centered education including the idea that all children have a right to an education and every child is unique.
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