Discussion in 'Elementary Education' started by mstnteacherlady, Jun 12, 2013.

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    Jun 12, 2013

    The 2012-2013 year is over for us and we are now right in the middle of working on a schedule for the coming year. Someone mentioned in our meeting yesterday that they knew of schools that had "tracks" and split / alternating schedules built into their school's master schedule, but they really didn't know much about how it worked. Does anyone out there have something like this and could explain it or give an example? We just know that our schedule has not been working, so we're trying to find different ways that schools create their schedules and see how those schedules are working. Most of us on the team are used to working with our own grade level's schedule but it's been given to us (at the school level) beyond that in previous years. :dizzy: I would really appreciate any input that anyone has on this topic!


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