Open for suggestions

Hi everybody, I would like you to know that we are quite interested to hear your opinions on LessonSense.com . Also, we are very open for suggestions for resources that you are looking for.  So, if there’s a specific theme that you cannot find on this site, please let us know! We will do our best […]

Cultural diversity in early education

Preschool is no longer seen simply as a place where children play and have fun with their age-mates. Concerns about the educational attainment of the country’s children have refocused attention on early childhood settings as places where children also get ready for school. For those concerned with the issues presented by an increasingly diverse student […]

New look for LessonSense

As of today, LessonSense has a new look and feel. I hope you like it, all the worksheets and themes are still where they were so have a look around (use the menu on the top of this page).  On the front page, it is now possible to leave your comments (or wishes), so let’s hear […]

Charter school

A charter school is a new public school that is created and managed by a group usually consisting of parents, teachers, and/or community leaders. Also, some for-profit businesses run charter schools. Charters receive funding from the state where they are located, and they are free from many of the regulations governing other schools that are […]

Blackboard bungle

Rebecca, a tiny ponytailed second-grader, sits in class at a Westside gradeschool that is among the best in Los Angeles. She is contemplating her personal journal, the latest classroom rage for teaching kids to read. She toils with a pencil, filling a page with her crooked sentences, then proudly hands the work to me, a […]