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Saint Paul Public Schools Chinese Articulation Project
Dretzke, Beverly; Jordan, Kelly (Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement, 2009)
 

Title 
Saint Paul Public Schools Chinese Articulation Project

Issue Date
2009-11

Publisher
Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement

Type
Report

Abstract
In 2006, Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) received grant funding from the Department of Education’s Foreign Language Assistance Program to support its Chinese Articulation Project (CAP). The three-year funding period started on September 15, 2006, and ended on September 14, 2009. SPPS established four main goals for the project: 1. Expand the Chinese program. 2. Articulate and align the Chinese language curriculum and instruction to provide continuity of student experience, standards-based programming, and district-wide structure. 3. Enrich the Chinese language program to provide a comprehensive rigorous academic experience. 4. Develop a national model and demonstration site of the articulated Chinese language program. CAREI was asked to evaluate the projects impact in each of these areas.

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Sponsorship
An Evaluation Funded by a Foreign Language Assistance Program Grant to the Saint Paul Public Schools from the U.S. Department of Education

Suggested Citation
Dretzke, Beverly; Jordan, Kelly. (2009). Saint Paul Public Schools Chinese Articulation Project. Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement. Retrieved from the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy, http://purl.umn.edu/138933.


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