The subjects are grouped under individual headings. Must the instruction be presented in the same distinct modules and include only the topics indicated?
No. Instruction may cover any training program subject in an integrated way. For example, when discussing “Revenue Limits,” which falls under the subject “School Finance, Accounting, and Auditing,” the discussion might also address charter school general purpose funding. Revenue limits and charter school general purpose funding are closely related topics, and the time devoted to such charter school issues can count toward the minimum hours of instruction for the “Charter Schools” subject. Another example is the subject “Leadership,” which must be taught for a minimum of 20 hours. However, a provider does not necessarily need to offer a separate course on “Leadership.” The curriculum may include instruction about leadership within various courses, as long as the total number of hours of “Leadership” instruction is at least 20 hours.
- The subjects are grouped under individual headings. Must the instruction be presented in the same distinct modules and include only the topics indicated?
- Why is there such variation in the breadth and depth of content presented on individual Korea University OCW course Web sites?
- ARE THERE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS ON INDIVIDUAL SUBJECTS?