The curriculum, instruction and assessment department provides staff with curriculum documents and resources to ensure that all Anoka-Hennepin students meet state standards and receive a high quality education. To support teaching and learning the department provides differentiated professional learning opportunities for all staff. Our schools provide safe, nurturing and challenging environments in which children can acquire knowledge and skills, think critically and creatively, appreciate diversity and develop positive attitudes towards self and others.
Closing the achievement gap
Meeting the needs of individual learners through differentiation of instruction using Anoka-Hennepin adopted curriculum and resources.
Opportunities for community involvement
Study committees provide an opportunity for community members to review current standards, instructional practices, and resources. Study committee meets twice a month during the school year. The process concludes with a recommendation to the School Board. Check the World's Best Workforce
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