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The primary function of a school program is the instruction of students. All staff activities and efforts shall be directed toward providing a high quality, effective, and ever-improving instructional program.


There are primarily three functions involved in carrying out the instructional program:


Operating Function

Coordinating and Developing Function

Evaluating Function


The operating function involves classroom instruction and building program management. The coordinating and developing function includes monitoring activities (curriculum development), in-service education, and special services. The evaluation function involves data collection and synthesis and establishing future direction.


SOURCE:  Georgetown


Adopted on:     April 24, 2008