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終結成就差距 (Closing the Achivement Gap)
每一學年開始,櫻桃溪學區積極努力地提供學術支援,終結學生之間的成就差距,期許所有學生的成就更進一層樓
 
我們的重點是確保我們的學術系統中的“卓越和公平”能有相輔相成的價值

卓越和公平辦公室》可以提供任何下列有關的資訊
 
  • 員發展(種族/民族,語言習得,扶貧)
  • 文化回應教
  • 英語語言學習者適宜教學措施
  • 終結成就差距務實措施
  • 推薦讀物
  • 家長參與
  • 辦公室對公民權利資訊與培訓的遵行
  • 區人口統計資料
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