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Title: Saint Paul Public Schools Chinese Articulation Project
Authors: Dretzke, Beverly
Jordan, Kelly
Keywords: chinese
foreign language
curriculum and instruction
Issue Date: Nov-2009
Publisher: Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement
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.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/138933
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