Singapore is a world leader in math education, but that wasn’t always the case. Starting in 1980, Singapore began to develop its own curriculum instead of importing textbooks from other countries with dramatic results.
Exams may be over for 2011, but there’s a good chance you may have missed what’s happening in education across the country. Now is a good time to catch up. Education Week has posted a comprehensive selection of this year’s biggest education stories covering policy, teachers, curriculum, and technology.
There’s a lot to keep up with in education. To keep you informed, here are some relevant stories from around the web:
By definition every STC member school leader is a “disrupter.” You started and have sustained your schools by disrupting the status quo.
The Forum is fast approaching, and the lineup of presentations, panels, and workshops is now completed, and more details will be added soon.