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Unformatted text preview: Ad Ldsp 732 School Politics Wednesday, February 23, 2011 Steve Kircher New Political Issue Proposal A new political issue I’d like to research that has surfaced at my school during a faculty retreat last week is the proposal to start a Teacher Advisor Contact (TAC) program. TAC is a program that builds community and provides students with daily attention from a teacher/mentor, advisor and friend. Typically, TACs are small groups of 15­20 students from all grade levels that spend time in a homeroom like atmosphere, once first thing in the morning and at the end of the day. Students belong to the same TAC during all four years. Students in a TAC have the opportunity to communicate and interact, as well as receive guidance from the mentor. Our new president proposed the idea during our most recent Staff retreat because his children were part of a TAC group during their high school years. Our school plans on forming a committee to look into it and from the questions and conversations that followed the idea, I think it will be a worthy issue. ...
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course ADMIN LEAD ad ldsp 73 taught by Professor Irby during the Spring '11 term at Wisconsin Milwaukee.

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