Albemarle County Schools Learning Resources Available for Public Review
Albemarle County Public Schools Press Release
Learning Resources for Secondary Language Arts, AP Social Studies, Secondary World Languages, and Leveled Literacy Intervention, proposed for adoption at the Albemarle County School Board’s May 9 meeting, will be on display through June 12 at the Albemarle Resource Center, located at 1200 Forest Street in Charlottesville.
The books and materials may be reviewed by interested members of public from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, except student holidays. In accordance with School Board Policy IIAA, a textbook selection and adoption committee developed specific evaluation checklists to determine alignment of materials with Albemarle County curriculum goals, correlation to the related discipline area competencies, and lifelong-learner competencies.
The committee also reviewed learning resources to ensure that they met the selection criteria outlined in Policy IIAA: (1) overall instructional purpose, (2) educational suitability and age appropriateness, (3) timeliness, (4) importance of the subject matter, and (5) the quality of the product.
Click here for more information regarding learning resources selections that were presented to the School Board on May 9 and currently are available for public review at the Albemarle Resource Center.
The learning resources will be considered for adoption at the June 13 School Board meeting.
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