According to the Milwaukee Courier, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction is seeking public input to start the review process for academic standards in information and technology literacy, music, and science.

The current science standards are the “Wisconsin Model Academic Standards for Science,” adopted in 1998. Most Wisconsin school districts have adopted or are using the Next Generation Science Standards, which were finalized in April 2013, to provide updated and relevant teaching and learning goals in science classrooms.

Comments about the standards or standards review process can be made online through the science standards public survey at, surveymonkey.com/r/WIscience2017, or through e-mail to sciencestandards@dpi.wi.gov.

Click here to read the full story in the Milwaukee Courier (February 18, 2017)

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