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Posted February 9, 2012

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District Seeks to Gauge Interest in Online Language Instruction

Employees encouraged to complete a short survey.

The district wants to know whether teachers and administrators are interested in learning languages online to help them communicate with parents and students. To offer such courses, the district is considering contracting with a company to provide the instruction.

Employees are asked to click here and complete a short, one-page survey to help Instruction and Accountability gauge interest in such online courses. 

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