The draft policy and procedures are available through the link in the right hand column on www.seattleschools.org/advlearning. The Oct. 22 public comment deadline will provide time for the Advanced Learning Office to edit the documents if necessary before they are introduced to the full school board at the Nov. 5 board meeting. A vote is expected at the December 3 meeting. Community members who would like to submit a comment should email it to email@example.com and be sure to include POLICY – in all caps – in the subject line.The district is also looking for input on the "revised Special Education policy related to Commencement Exercises and Certificate of Attendance."
Deadline for comment is Oct. 31, 2014. The draft policy will introduced to the Seattle School Board at its Nov. 5 meeting.Parents working on changing lunch length/recess length will be meeting at the JSCEE before the Board meeting on November 5th.
The draft policy is posted on the district’s Special Education web page. Please send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “Policy” in the subject line.
Hey, guess what? Ed reformers at the Walton Foundation figures out that field trips help kids. From the Russ on Reading blog;
This report follows last year's groundbreaker from the same group that found positive learning outcomes associated with taking kids on field trips to museums. Both these studies fall into a school of educational research that I like to call a "Duh" Study; that is, a study that purports to discover something that veteran teachers have known, like, forever.What's on your mind?