Parents can’t check out Baltimore County Public Schools curriculum, complains BaltoNorth. It’s password protected on an intranet.
All we parents get to see on the website is fluff, peripheral material, and educational mumbo jumbo about “seeds“, “clarifications“, “sample assessments“, “thinking skills“, “Articulated Instruction Modules“, “Core Learning Goals toolkits“, “parent summaries” that don’t exist yet, and so on. And this comes in an Alice-in-Wonderland format that is impossible to skim in an efficient way.
Do other school districts make it hard for parents to access the curriculum?