Opinion: True intellectual content ignored in quest for standard curriculum

New mandates for required algebra and geometry have dumbed down many of those classes to unrecognizable levels, says Stanford University education professor Nel Noddings. Geometry without proofs or the Pythagorean theorem and algebra without problem solving fosters shallow learning; instead, educators should explore topics with depth and breadth that may open up a world of intellectual possibilities, Noddings says.

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