Friday, October 24, 2014

“Teachers say there is too much content to cover” in the standards they have now.

When Mike Petrilli, a national expert on education policy, complained in a Web site post about the thin content of social studies and science lessons in his son’s Montgomery County first-grade class, he received a friendly e-mail from Marty Creel, director of curriculum and instruction for the Montgomery County public schools...

1 comment:

  1. Mike Petrilli is NOT a "national expert on education" ANYTHING, except in his bio on the Fordham page. Jay Mathews should know better.

    And I'm very disappointed to find that MCPS's C&I person is a Hirsch fan.


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