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- Curriculum Video Planes, Drones, and Mathematics: How One Aviation Curriculum Is Opening Doors for StudentsStudents across the country are learning problem-solving skills in a curriculum that prepares them for careers in the aviation industry.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.Inventionland Education leverages the process of inventing in a stimulating, multi-disciplinary course that promotes the real-world skills of creativity, problem-solving and entrepreneurship.Curriculum Florida's Math Textbook Brouhaha: Your Questions AnsweredFlorida rejected several math textbooks for 'indoctrination.' But what do we really know about them—and what happens next for districts?Curriculum How Prevalent Are Book Bans This Year? New Data Show ImpactTwo million students in 86 school districts have had access to books restricted due to book bans, according to a report by PEN America.Curriculum Opinion Ignoring Racism in Schools Actually Increases PrejudiceGood intentions aren't enough to address race and racism in schools; good practice is.Curriculum Opinion AP Takes a Stand Amid the Raging Curriculum Debates. It’s Worth EmulatingThe College Board has made it clear that it won't be cowed by ideologues, and that's heartening.Curriculum College Board Warns Against Censoring Its AP CoursesThe organization that runs AP courses reminds teachers of its principles, as more states pass anti-critical race theory laws.Curriculum Q&A Fake News and the War in Ukraine: What Educators Need to KnowThe Russian invasion of Ukraine has brought with it a deluge of disinformation and misinformation.Curriculum Download What’s Fake on Social Media? 5 Questions for Teachers and Students to AskTeaching students how to spot fake news is becoming increasingly important, especially during the Russia-Ukraine war.Curriculum Opinion Do Parents Want Schools to Be Able to Teach About Racism?A poll helped us understand parents' views on whether schools should be allowed to teach about racism, write two education policy experts.Curriculum Schools to Pilot AP African American Studies Course Amid Upheaval Over Teaching RaceAt least 60 schools this fall will test out a new college credit course that examines African American history and culture.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.Student choice and voice are two critical elements that can spark your students’ interest in books and inspire a greater sense of self-empowerment.Curriculum Half of Americans Don't Think Schools Should Teach About Racism's Impact TodayThe public is also divided about how much influence parents and teachers should have in curriculum matters.Curriculum Opinion How New Hampshire High Schoolers Can Earn Credits Essentially AnywhereA New Hampshire program allows any public or private organization in the state to apply to offer high school credits to students.