Accountability, Assessments and Curriculum

  • Accountability
    Public schools throughout Alabama  are required to provide information about themselves to the community in the form of an annual School Accountability Report Card.  These report cards provide a variety of data to allow the public to evaluate and compare schools in seven major areas.
    • demographic information
    • school safety and climate for learning
    • academic data
    • class size
    • teacher and staff information
    • curriculum and instruction
    • fiscal and expenditure data
  • Assessments
    Assessments Services include district and state mandated assessments.
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  • Curriculum
    Responsible for instructional support that includes courses of study, instructional materials and research, and curriculum alignment materials.

    Courses of Study:
     

    • Arts - Arts Education (Adopted 2006/Effective 2007-2008 School Year)
    • English - English Language Arts (Adopted 1999/Effective 2001-2002)
    • English Language Arts Addendum - (Adopted 93/Effective 95-96)- 
    • English Language Arts including Reading - (Adopted 2007/Effective 2009-2010 School Year)
    • Math - Mathematics (Adopted 2003/Effective 2004-2005 School Year)
    • Science - Science (Adopted 2005/Effective 2006-2007 School Year)
    • Social Studies - Social Studies (Adopted 2004/Effective 2005-2006 School Year)
    • Others - Courses of Study: Technology Education (Computer Applications), Driver and Traffic Safety Education, Languages Other Than English (Foreign Languages), Health Education, and Physical Education

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