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Title: The Ridgewood Public Schools Business Curriculum and Program Review Five-Year Cycle 2016-2021
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The Ridgewood Public Schools
Business Curriculum and Program Review
Five-Year Cycle 2016-2021
Department Study Findings &
Recommendations June 2017
"Your most unhappy customers are
your greatest source of learning."
-Bill Gates
Curriculum Study Timeline
Year One: 2016-2017: Program Review, Research, and Recommendation
o A committee of teachers and administrators research best practices in the content area, and review
current program, students achievement, and perceptions of staff, parents, and students. A
recommendation is made to reaffirm or revise curricula and/or program.
Summer of Year One, 2017: Curriculum Writing, Revising, and/or Reaffirmation
o A committee of teachers and administrators develop new or revised curricula, research and
recommend professional development and instructional materials to support implementation.
Year Two: 2017-2018: Implementation of New or Revised Curriculum and
Materials, with consistent professional development as needed
Year Three and Four 2018-2020: Monitoring and Revising as needed
o Implementation continues. Achievement and feedback are monitored. Modifications
are made if needed.
Year Five 2020-2021: Begin to prepare for next study of department
Year-One Research Study Process
Research ideal instructional programs in Business Education
Review current practices across the high school in Business Education
Collect and review feedback from teachers, students, and parents
Review student achievement data
Recommend curricular revisions or reaffirmations
Committee Members
Staff invited to participate on the committee:
Four high school Business or Finance teachers: Sean Kase,
Karen Mendez, Al Tretola, Alice Burnett
One high school administrator: Mark Ferreri, Supervisor of
Humanities
After the initial exploratory meetings, our committee periodically met
(during department meetings and on PD days) to address the Year One
objectives
Why is Business Education Important?:
Pertinent Research
1. NJ Department of Education mandates Financial Literacy
Education
1. Article by Ivan Manev- Dean & Professor of Management at The
University of Maine
1. Article by the National Business Education Association
1. Notre Dame College Online Article
1. University of California Berkeley- Summer Immersion
1. DECA program

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