Some feel test pressures create imbalanced curriculum

09/21/2005 | Washington Post, The

As schools devote more time to boosting students' reading and math skills, they're cutting back class time in the arts, social studies and science. Some experts believe a better approach to boosting achievement in the core subjects involves focusing on teachers' instructional skills.

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