DeKalb County school officials will continue presenting the district’s new curriculum to parents and others at public events geared to give insight into the revamped learning process, officials said.
The “Curriculum Road Show,” as it’s been dubbed, will make a stop at Dunwoody High School, 5035 Vermack Road in Dunwoody, on Tuesday, and at Clarkston High School, 618 N. Indian Creek Drive in Clarkston, on Oct. 24. The tour previously made stops at Tucker and Columbia high schools.
The new curriculum was approved by the DeKalb County Board of Education in the spring. At the time, district officials said teachers from the district were working with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt using state standards as well as their own experience to structure a curriculum and ensure students were not left behind in any of the lessons.
District officials said earlier this year about 88 teams of 228 teachers created 564 units of instruction that will be implemented for the current school year.
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