Building Relationships with Schools. Rene’ Moore, Coordinator Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities Program. Welcome to School. Achievement. Testing. Gifted. Homeless. School Shootings. Athletics. Mental Illness. Advanced Placement. Hunger. Graduation. Schools of Choice.
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Rene’ Moore, Coordinator
Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities Program
Schools of Choice
Gangs and Drugs
Bullying and Cyber bullying
Lack of Medical Care
How does your program impact and promote achievement?
NCLB requires all public schools to administer a state-wide standardized test (all students take the same test under the same conditions) annually to all students. The students' scores are used to determine whether the school has taught the students well.
“Gaming” the system
Problems with standardized testing
Narrow curriculum- focusing on math and English skill development
How do you support academic achievement, social/emotional growth and safety at your school?
Where is your school or district?