Maryland school cuts science and social studies to raise reading and math skills

06/1/2004 | Washington Post, The

Highland Elementary School in Wheaton, Md., has cut back science and social studies so teachers can give expanded reading and math instruction. Next year, in exchange for receiving a Reading First federal grant, the school must eliminate its highly regarded dual-language program, a move that has led staff and parents to petition for its continuation.

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