Some N.J. teachers oppose district's changes to history curriculum

11/24/2013 | New Jersey Hills Media Group

Upcoming changes to a New Jersey school's social studies curriculum has some educators asking school board members to reconsider. Under the change, students no longer will be required to take history classes for four years, and modern European history will become an elective. "There are few high schools across the country that have a history program as unique and strong as we do," said history teacher Michelle Lettington, who was among the teachers asking the board to reconsider the changes.

View Full Article in:

New Jersey Hills Media Group

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Education

Job Title Company Location
Director of Professional Services
Engaging Schools, Inc.
Cambridge, MA
Principal at Timberland Charter Academy
Timberland Charter Academy
Muskegon, MI
VP - Partnership Operations
Discovery Communications
Silver Spring, MD
Principal at Hamtramck Academy
National Heritage Academies
Hamtramck, MI
Technical Assistance Associate (8330)
American Institute for Researcher
Chicago, IL