District takes a unique approach

11/30/2004 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

After a seven-month process involving its stakeholders, the Newport Mesa Unified School District's new 2005-10 strategic plan offers sweeping reforms designed to please students and staff alike. The new plan, if approved by trustees, would includes college-like schedules of evening and online courses for students, a three- to five-year graduation timetable, a new teacher training center and the possible creation of a magnet school for the arts.

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