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- Curriculum What the Research Says The State of Driver's Education, in 4 ChartsTraining requirements vary from state to state.Curriculum How Florida's New School Librarian Training Defines Off-Limits MaterialsSchool librarians will soon have to seek parent approval to order new books, and have to avoid books considered "indoctrination."Curriculum What the Research Says How an Attention-Training Program Can Make Teens Better DriversA driving simulation created to tune up attention skills in young drivers with ADD could have wider benefits.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.Crayola Creativity Week is a free program designed to celebrate the joy of creativity to kids, educators and parents everywhere!Curriculum Q&A You Can Teach About Climate Change in Every Subject and Grade Level. Here's HowMath, foreign language, even art classes offer opportunities to build students' knowledge.Curriculum Media Literacy in Schools: 7 Ways the Subject Has EvolvedA handy guide about media literacy to get up to speed on the topic.Curriculum Q&A Buying Curriculum Isn’t Enough to Change Teaching and Learning. Here’s What It TakesBuying a research-backed curriculum is the easy part. Providing the training and support to use it takes years, district leaders say.Curriculum A Media Literacy Requirement That Starts in Kindergarten? New Jersey May Start the TrendNew Jersey lawmakers want to require school districts to include media literacy for every grade.Curriculum The World Cup as Teachable Moment? How One Teacher Approached ItIt's not just a game: Geopolitics are inscribed into the soccer championship, giving teachers an opportunity to host rich discussions.Curriculum Nearly 300 Books Removed From Schools Under Missouri's 'Sexually Explicit Materials' LawMissouri's efforts to remove books from public schools—either temporarily or permanently—go farther than most.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.Crayola is bringing educators, parents, children, and celebrities together for an exciting, week-long, worldwide event: Crayola Creativity Week!Curriculum More Teachers Say Their Curriculum Aligns to Standards. But It Still Falls ShortAbout one in four teachers said they spent $300 or more of their own money on instructional materials last school year.Curriculum Q&A Why Media Literacy Programs Need to Put a Spotlight on 'Stealth Advertising'As advertising evolves, digital literacy education must change with it.Curriculum States Are Mandating Asian American Studies. What Should the Curriculum Look Like?AAPI people's experiences are vast and diverse. Teaching about them accurately requires hard history, community engagement, and teacher training.Curriculum Are These ELA Programs Culturally Responsive? (And Who Gets to Decide, Anyway?)Reviewers said the materials present one-sided narratives and use dehumanizing language to refer to characters of color.