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ASU 101/TEL 101/TEL 194 for Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

Targeted to first year education students in TEL 101/TEL 194

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Controversial Topics in Education

Listed here are some issues that have created a great deal of discussion in education.  This short list gives you a few suggestions and may serve as a mechanism for generating additional topics.

Common Core Standards School Uniforms
No Pass No Play No Child Left Behind
Decreasing "Arts" Classes Grade Repetition/Social Promotion
School Nutrition Prayer in Schools
Pledge of Allegiance Online Education
Sex Education Penmanship
Abandoning Use of Letter Grades Teaching to the Test
Bilingual/ELL Home Schooling


For additional ideas on controversial topics consult Opposing Viewpoints.


Resources About ASU & the New American University

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