"If we put students into low-level courses, they may meet those expectations of not performing well," said John Wight, a professional learning specialist with the DOE, who presented the first draft of the plan to a small group gathered in the library at Carlton J. Kell High School in Marietta.
said the new requirements would rely heavily on guidance counselors to help students avoid such pitfalls.
said the comments he
and other presenters get during the public meetings will be forwarded to a DOE
committee that has been working on the proposal.