MCPS Will Seek Public Input Before Moving with New Curriculum

Montgomery County Public Schools will seek out input from parents and school system employees before it drafts a request for proposals for a new elementary school curriculum.

“We want some feedback from the community,” MCPS spokesman Derek Turner said. That feedback, he said, would ensure “we’re getting the right product for our community.”

In the following video, Jill Ortman-Fouse, a member of the county Board of Education, describes the reasons why the school system is looking for a new curriculum. The new lessons will not mean more testing for students, she says.

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