Government plays bigger role in curriculum

02/5/2003 | Education Week

The federal government has exerted more influence over schools' curricula following the reauthorization of ESEA in 2001. The most noticeable changes have been with reading guidelines, but the trend is likely to expand to other subject areas, experts say.

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