Parental concern over material used in an advanced placement English class at Mt
Parental concern over material used in an advanced placement English class at Mt. Ararat High School in Topsham led to a policy that requires the school's English teachers to discuss the use of articles or video clips with two colleagues when the work has potentially objectionable content. Recent battles in School Administrative District 11 and SAD 75 over outcome-based education, criticized by religious activist groups as part of a national educational curriculum with no moral compass, have resulted in debates about what is being taught in the schools. Some school officials say there is a lack of communication between the schools and parents, and that schools need to make parents feel welcome. Details.
Education, Mt Ararat High School Topsham
Chutchian, Kenneth Z., "Parental concern over material used in an advanced placement English class at Mt" (1995). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 1317.
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