North Dakotans' comments sought on state literacy instruction plan
BISMARCK — State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler is asking North Dakota citizens to offer their opinions about a comprehensive state literacy instruction plan that is being updated this summer.
The plan is a framework for strengthening all students' abilities to read, write, speak and listen. It includes elements of leadership, instruction and intervention, standards alignment, assessment and evaluation, professional development, and family and community engagement.
The updated plan's most recent draft can be found on the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction's website and below:
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North Dakotans who want to comment about the plan or suggest changes, may consider using the online form found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NDCLIP1 .
Amanda Peterson, assistant director of the office of academic support in the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, said the plan update is being drafted by a group of 10 educators , whose expertise ranges from early childhood to high school and universities.
Public comment is being taken through June 15.