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Axia College Material Tiffany Altvater Appendix C Fill in the table by describing the role and influence each group has on curriculum. Some may have direct influence and some may have indirect influence. Identify whether their influence deals with selecting, maintaining, or evaluating the curriculum and in what ways they participate in that process. The first answer is provided as an example. Key Players in Curriculum Development Key Players Role and Influence on Curriculum Federal Government The federal government passes federal legislations, such as the No Child Left Behind Act, to which schools must measure up. NCLB mandates can directly influence the curriculum in schools. They mostly influence the selection of curriculum. State The State level of the education system is responsible for creating the standardized tests and evaluating them also deciding if and where money is sent and how.
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Unformatted text preview: District The District is responsible for overseeing school activity from start to finish the district decides where grant money is possibly spent or at least put into a bond to be voted on. They are also responsible for making sure each school is properly supplied and running smoothly. School The school is responsible for making tests available to teachers, for making sure each teacher is doing their job and monitoring each classes progress. Teacher The teachers administer the tests and work with individual students to make progress toward each student having excellent academic skills. Community The community is responsible for funding bond messures that are not covered by grants, and responsible for working with the schools to help students be productive in their studies. AED 200...
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2011 for the course MTE 520 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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