STAMFORD – Four out of five compulsory courses at Stamford public schools – English, math, science or social history – have no written curriculum, according to the findings of a year-long audit.
Senior auditor Jeffrey Tuneberg of CMSi said auditors expect 100% of core courses to have a corresponding written syllabus.
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