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Re: No child left behind


From: Rick (rlarson_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Apr 09 2003 - 13:45:56 PDT

Jessie Starman wrote:

> Survey
> 1. How many art classes do you teach? 26
> 2. How much time do you spend with each class? 50 min.
> 3. How much planning time do you have per week?200 minutes /per week
> 4. If you have been at your school for multiple
> years, has this schedule changed (for reasons other
> than a growing poplutaion)? My schedule changes every year- due to various
> reasons. Last year, I got a day where I saw 7 classes of 7 different grade
> levels so that my principal could give everybody another plan period a
> week. I went

to my union and they changed it this past year. I also do 120 minutes of duty
a week.

> 5. Dou you participate in any other teaching
> responsibilities that are not art related (ex.
> literacy, tutoring, etc. )? Please describe. No
> If you answered yes, how much time per week do you
> spend?
> 6. Has your administration discussed the new federal
> policy, NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND, with your faculty?

Yes, briefly

> 7. Do you think this policy has or will effect your
> art program? How? My job could be eliminated or reduced. Also, I could end
> up teaching reading, or math.
> Please feel free to make any other comments about

NCLB is hurting education by not funding the mandates.

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