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RE: No child left behind


From: Aaron Hopkins (hopkiaar_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Apr 10 2003 - 11:33:05 PDT

oh my gosh!
where did you get a job!?? I would love to have that much planning!
And don't think that this new act won't have an impact on the high
schools! The kids won't be able to graduate if they don't succeed in
the four years they are there! That could mean larger class sizes and
overcrowding if that becomes a trend.
>>> 04/09/03 02:15PM >>>

-----Original Message-----
From: Jessie Starman []
Sent: Wednesday, April 09, 2003 1:50 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: No child left behind


1. How many art classes do you teach?
 3 a day, 6 per block
2. How much time do you spend with each class?
        85 min
3. How much planning time do you have per week?
        355 hours a week
4. If you have been at your school for multiple
years, has this schedule changed (for reasons other
than a growing poplutaion)?
Yes, because we finally have a sequential curriculum.

5. Dou you participate in any other teaching
responsibilities that are not art related (ex.
literacy, tutoring, etc. )? Please describe.


If you answered yes, how much time per week do you

6. Has your administration discussed the new federal
policy, NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND, with your faculty?


7. Do you think this policy has or will affect your art program?

Not much because by the time they get to high school they should have
skills need to succeed.

Please feel free to make any other comments about

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