Curriculum a. The School shall administer the TSIA college placement exam to all prospective Students or refer Students interested in taking Dual Credit courses to the College’s Testing Center, if the School is not a College Board testing site, prior to submitting their name to the College Office of High School Programs for enrollment into courses requiring specific TSIA scores, abiding by the rules set forth by the College Board and the College. Students must attain TSIA scores aligned with the courses in their selected degree plan to ensure appropriate college level placement, assess college readiness, design individual instructional plans, and enable students to begin college courses based on their performance.
Curriculum. The Organizer shall develop a curriculum for the Charter School as a Prior Action. The Organizer shall make a copy of the curriculum and the Accountability Plan (once developed) available for inspection at the Charter School during normal school hours and shall provide a copy in response to any telephone or mail request by any person.
Curriculum a. The ECHS shall administer the TSIA2 college placement exam to all prospective students no later than the fall of the 9th grade year, abiding by the rules set forth by the College Board. Students must attain TSIA2 scores aligned with the courses in their selected program of study to ensure appropriate college level placement, no later than the spring of the 10th grade year, to assess college readiness, design individual instructional plans, and enable students to begin college courses based on their performance.
Curriculum. The Organizer shall amend its Application to set forth a detailed, specific curriculum, which shall serve as the basis for educating students who attend the Charter School. Before this Prior Action shall be deemed substantially completed, the Charter Schools Director shall have the opportunity to review and approve the proposed curriculum. The Organizer shall submit its proposed curriculum to the Charter Schools Director no later than June 15.