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K-12 Education: Most Eighth Grade Students Are Not Proficient in Geography
Jacqueline M. Nowicki (au)
Geography -- the study of places and the relationship between people and their environment -- is present across many facets of modern life, from tracking lost cell phones to monitoring disease outbreaks like Ebola. The growing use of geographic information and location-based technology across multiple sectors of the American economy has prompted questions about whether K-12 studentsäó» skills and exposure to geography are adequate for current and future workforce needs. This report examined (1) the extent that eighth grade students are proficient in geography; (2) the challenges selected school officials and teachers face in providing geography education; and (3) the role of the Department of Education with respect to geography education. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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