Kan. education board to review report on science instruction

11/28/2012 | Lawrence Journal-World (Kansas)

The Kansas State Board of Education next month is expected to review a report on elementary schools not teaching science yet still giving students grades in the subject. The emphasis on reading and math test scores to comply with federal regulations has left little time for science instruction, according to the report, which the board received at its Nov. 13 meeting. "When you think about it, you understand it's due to the emphasis that's been put on the (reading and math) assessments," board member Janet Waugh said.

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