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- 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.Learn what positive learner identity looks like in a digital learning resource and how it benefits math and reading outcomes.Curriculum When Is It OK for Children to See Images of Human Anatomy?Sex- and health-education experts weigh in on the Florida controversy over showing 6th graders a nude masterpiece.Curriculum Few Students Take Computer Science. This District Offers a Blueprint for Changing ThatOne New York district exposes its students to computer science from prekindergarten through high school.Curriculum Teaching Digital Literacy: Should U.S. Schools Do More to Combat Misinformation?In the U.S., attempts to teach internet literacy have run into political opposition from people who equate it to thought control.Curriculum When It Comes to SEL, Administrators and Teachers See Things DifferentlyThere is a yawning gap between administrators and teachers in how thoroughly they think SEL programs are being put to work in schools.Curriculum Status Check: The Top Challenges to Social-Emotional Learning and How to Address ThemSEL Day 2023 finds social-emotional learning at a key moment: Interest is strong but so is political pushback.Curriculum Scaling Up Media Literacy Education Is a Big Challenge: 4 Steps to Get StartedSchool librarians shared challenges they face and what resources they need to expand media literacy instruction.Curriculum Explainer How School Libraries Buy Books, Struggle for Funds, and Confront Book Bans: An ExplainerSchools are under fire from some parent groups over books they deem explicit. This is how those books end up in their library collections.Curriculum Why Connecting Tutoring to Curriculum Could Make it More EffectiveTutoring is most effective when it's explicitly designed to help students understand new concepts in districts' scope and sequence for teaching content.Curriculum Adolescents Need SEL That's Designed for Them. Here's What That Looks LikeSocial-emotional learning is too often neglected at the middle and high school levels.Curriculum Could a ‘Happiness Class’ Help Ease the Student Mental Health Crisis?Yale University's popular "happiness class" is now available for high school students and educators.Curriculum Students Want Climate Change Education. Most Teachers Don't Get Enough TrainingSeventy-six percent of teachers had had no formal training on the subject—even as kids clamor for more information and school days get hotter.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.