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Eval12 Session 266: An Example of Court-ordered Education Evaluation to Test Constitutionality and Drive Policy: The Relationships, Relevance, and Responsibilities in the Meaningful Exposure Project

The Meaningful Exposure to Non-Tested Curriculum in Alaska Project was a result of a court order issued to the State of Alaska Department of Education and Early Development (EED) in the Moore v State of Alaska case. The purpose of the Meaningful Exposure project was to conduct an overall inventory of students’ exposure to curriculum content represented by nine non-tested Alaska Content Standard Areas: Geography, Government and Citizenship, History, Skills for a Healthy Life, Arts, World Languages, Technology, Employability, and Library/Information Literacy

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Focus Search - Curriculum Exposure: Recommendations from the analysis of student exposure to non-tested curriculum standards in five rural Alaska school districts Dale Cope June 7, 2011 Curriculum Exposure Project Recommendations FOREWORD This report presents recommendations stemming from the Curriculum Exposure analysis conducted between September 2010 and February 2011