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by Dan Pfeiffer
Marc도박h 15, 2013
An upcoming hearing on a proposal to launch an online education program of sorts within the county’s schools is causing some local advocates and school leaders to discuss the issue.
The board unanimously supported a motion to open the initiative to local education leaders, board member Bill Hirsch said. His fellow board member, Council President Mike Shumate, did not vote, but several members voted in favor of it.
The proposal is a response to the state Department of Education’s recent “Common Core” standards for state-level testing. The department recently began collecting student testing results from district schools in California. Since then, the state has said tests could continue to be considered when they’re approved.
One of those in the district who has taken testing under the proposed program is Chris Ebert, a seventh-grade English teacher at Westmoreland Elemen에그 벳tary in Alameda. Ebert said the online testing process would be fun for teachers to use, and it would be easier for students to understand what the curriculum should look like.
That process would allow parents to help shape the curriculum.
The board also voted unanimously to support the proposed program.
Board members said they were encouraged by suggestions from district officials for some aspects of the pilot, and some of the changes they are considering include: