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I. Instruction

Algebra 1 in Grade 8
Creation of Instructional School Year Calendar
Alternative Methods of Earning Credit
Alternative Schools and Programs
Animals in School
Awarding of Credit or Extra Credit for Non-Academic Activities
Basis for Offering Credit
Bell Schedules
Community Schools
Community Sponsored Instructional Programs
Controversial Issues and Outside Speakers
Course Proposal Planning and Review
Double Promotion
End-of-Semester Testing Schedule and Activities
Evening High School
Exemptions from Health or Physical Education Curriculum
Federal Census: School Assistance in Federally-Affected Areas
Flag Display and Pledge of Allegiance
GED Testing
Grade Reporting and Recording
Graduation
High School Course Guidelines
High School Credit Earned by Middle School Students
High School Elective Credit
Home or Hospital Instruction
Home Schooling
Homework
Honors and Advanced Placement Programs
Human Sexuality and AIDS Instructional Material
Identification of Students Needing Remediation and Academic Improvement Plans
Instructional Materials Adoption Selection Process
Instructional Program
Kindergarten Screening
Library-Media: Disposition of Outdated or Damaged Materials
Middle School Curriculum Guidelines
Parental Concerns About Intructional Print and Non-Print Material
Placement of Modern and Classical Language Students
Religious Issues and Holiday Practices
Remediation of Student Learning
Retention or Reclassification of Students
School Schedule Guidelines
Selection of Library-Media-Print/Non-Print Material
Special Education Procedural Directives
The purpose of this document is to inform and direct Albuquerque Public Schools personnel about requirements for special education. Albuquerque Public Schools personnel should follow the guidance outlined in this procedural directive to the extent that such guidance is consistent with the IDEA and its implementing regulations, state statutes and regulations, and does not impose a requirement that is not otherwise imposed by federal and/or state law.
Student Insurance
Student Teacher and Preservice Teacher Placement in School
Teacher and Staff Qualifications and Training
Tests and Examinations
Textbook Disposal
Transcript Evaluation
Transcript Evaluation Matrix
Twenty Day Counts
Use of Videos and Films
Volunteer Programs
Alternative Demonstration of Competency for Graduating Class of 2016
ADCformrvsfor2016.pdf
Copyright Compliance
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