The potential contribution of appropriate educational research to teaching and school
administration is recognized by the School Board, and it will cooperate, to the extent feasible,
with colleges, universities, and other recognized agencies to promote research that will:
- Increase professional knowledge of teaching and learning processes and the social
setting in which they operate.
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The School Board recognizes the student teacher program as in important aspect of a future teacher’s education. Therefore, the Board will cooperate with institutions of higher education in training student teachers.
All persons involved in this program must recognize that the first and primary responsibility of the district is to the students within its schools.
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A. Advanced Course Work/Advanced Placement Courses
Any student who is capable of and wishes to do advanced course work or take advanced placement classes while in high school should be permitted to do so. School district administrators and school counselors will aid students who wish to enroll in such courses. If advanced course work or advanced placement courses are not available within the School District,
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One person from the School Board shall serve as legislative contact with the N.H. School Boards Association in order to keep the Board abreast of happenings and upcoming legislation relating to education. He/she shall carry the opinions of the Board to the legislature when requested.
April 2, 1991
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