Manchester school board to review curriculum audit results
Board members are scheduled to officially receive the results of a curriculum audit conducted over the last school year that suggested ways to improve how the committee functions, while also hearing the latest report from the Student Conduct Committee. Tonight’s meeting is slated to get under way at 7 p.m. at City Hall.
The report stresses that the top problem facing the district is the absence of curriculum alignment and assessment across schools. State Department of Education reviews have reported similar conclusions.
Also tonight, school officials will review statistical reports from the Student Conduct Committee regarding student disciplinary decisions.
Of those, seven hearings involved high school students: three for alleged possession of a weapon, two for possession of a weapon with drugs, one for possession of a weapon with disruptive behavior, and one for gross misconduct.
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