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| A visible Director || An invisible Principal
 
| A visible Director || An invisible Principal
 
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| Narrative quarterly reports to parents || Checklist or graded report
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| Creative curriculum,<br>designed by teachers and
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| Creative curriculum,<br>designed by teachers and students,<br>using a variety of resources || Textbook driven curriculum
students,<br>using a variety of resources || Textbook driven
 
curriculum
 
 
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| Lots of trips || One trip per year
 
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| Parents provide transportation || School bus transportation
 
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| A high level of parent commitment to involvement || Limited
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| A high level of parent commitment to involvement || Limited opportunities for parent involvement
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| Busy classrooms with students actually engaged || Silent classroom
 
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| Multi-aged interaction || Interaction only with peers
 
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| Dirty, happy kids that enjoy learning || Clean, unhappy kids that
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Latest revision as of 20:42, 9 October 2005

CPSC Expectation Guide

What to Expect What Not to Expect
A visible Director An invisible Principal
Narrative quarterly reports to parents Checklist or graded report card
Creative curriculum,
designed by teachers and students,
using a variety of resources
Textbook driven curriculum
Lots of trips One trip per year
Everyone on a first name basis Formal titles
Cooperation Competition
Whole school and individual class recess No recess
Required reading for homework Repetitive, busy sheets for homework
Parents send lunch A cafeteria
Parents provide transportation School bus transportation
A high level of parent commitment to involvement Limited opportunities for parent involvement
Busy classrooms with students actually engaged Silent classroom
Peer teaching Isolated classroom study
Multi-aged interaction Interaction only with peers
Dirty, happy kids that enjoy learning Clean, unhappy kids that hate school