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Wednesday, August 09, 2006

How to find Courses of Study


Recently at a meeting at Ellis, I shared that I would send steps to finding the courses of study on the Alabama State Dept. website. I hope this will be of assistance to all teachers.

1. Go to www.alsde.edu
2. Scroll down to bottom and click on "Click here for more special links".
3. Scroll down and at the bottom you will find "Courses of Study".
4. Click on this and print your specific area.

Have a wonderful school year!

"Hope is rooted in the confidence that the direction one is taking makes sense, even if the obstacles seem insurmountable." Michael Fullan

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