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The Questions Parents Must Ask About Alternate Curriculum

The Questions Parents Must Ask About Alternate Curriculum

Published: Apr. 22, 2022Updated: Feb. 2, 2023

Dr. Caitlin Solone, teacher educator at UCLA, explains what alternate curriculum means, when parents should consider it, and the implications of modifying curriculum during this Undivided Learning event.

For more reading about alternative curriculum, go here.

Alternate routes to getting a high school diploma are also on the horizon in California for students with disabilities. The new work group, "Alternate Pathways to a High School Diploma," is advocating for school districts across the state to only require minimum requirements for graduation.

To learn more about new pathways to a diploma for students with disabilities, go here!

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