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EASTON AREA
SCHOOL DISTRICT
No. 107
SECTION:
PROGRAMS
TITLE:
ADOPTION OF PLANNED
INSTRUCTION
ADOPTED:
May 17, 2007
REVISED:
107.  ADOPTION OF PLANNED INSTRUCTION
1.
Purpose
Title 22
Sec. 4.11, 4.13
The Board shall provide a comprehensive program of planned instruction to enable
district students to strive for educational goals and attain academic standards. 
Planned instruction shall consist of at least the following:
1.
Objectives to be achieved by all students.
2.
Content, including materials, activities and instructional time.
3.
Relationship between objectives of a planned course and established academic
standards.
4.
Procedure for measurement of the objectives.
2.
Authority
SC 508, 1511,
1512
Pol. 006
No planned instruction shall be taught in district schools unless it has been adopted
by a majority vote of the full Board. The Board reserves the right to determine which
units of the instructional program constitute planned instruction and are subject to
adoption by the Board.
3.
Delegation of
Responsibility
The Superintendent is responsible for the continuous evaluation of the effectiveness
of the planned instruction and shall recommend to the Board new courses of study
deemed to be in the best interests of district students.
The Superintendent shall invite the participation of administrative and professional
staff members at appropriate levels in the formulation of recommendations.
The Superintendent shall maintain a current list of all planned instruction offered by
this district and shall furnish each Board member with a copy. 
4.
Guidelines
The Superintendent's recommendation may include the following information about
the proposed planned instruction:
1.
Applicability to students and an enumeration of the group of students affected.
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2.
Description and content, including the instructional method where such method
departs significantly from the traditional and is an integral part of the instruction.
3.
Rationale in terms of district goals and academic standards and justification
when it is proposed to take the place of an existing course.
4.
Resources that its implementation will require, such as textbooks, materials,
equipment, and personnel.
5.
Assessment methods and criteria by which its effectiveness will be monitored
and measured.
6.
Developmental history with data on its use elsewhere, if available.
School Code
508, 1511,
1512
PA Code
Title 22
Sec. 4.11, 4.13
Board Policy
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