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Please respond to our new one-question poll

Schools have been trying to move toward a more personalized approach to learning for decades, but most of them lack schedules conducive to this kind of education.  Has your school/district significantly modified the traditional secondary level schedule of 6 - 8 equal length periods of instruction?  If so, please comment on the success of your efforts.

To respond, please click here:

Results of last week’s survey.

Some districts are testing students for nicotine in their systems.  One district in Nebraska uses this test for students to continue to participate in extracurricular activities and athletics.  Do you agree with such testing?

Yes, for all students. ----------34.5%

Yes, but only for students participating

in extracurriculars or athletics.---25.4%

No, not for any students.---------40.0%

Total Responses = 55

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