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Proposed Outcome No. 38

All students use language to compose, to construct meaning, to respond to, and to transact with a variety and range of sources.

Final Outcome No. 6

All students exchange information orally, including understanding and giving spoken instructions, asking and answering questions appropriately, and promoting effective group communications.


Proposed Outcome No. 46

All students understand and describe concepts, relationships, and real situations and interpret meanings to others, using mathematical communication skills.

Final Outcome No. 10

All students use numbers, number systems, and equivalent forms (including numbers, words, objects, and graphics) to represent theoretical and practical situations.


Proposed Outcome No. 74

All students analyze the economic concepts of scarcity, consumption, production, opportunity costs, and interdependence as they relate to contemporary political, social, and individual consumer decisions.

Final Outcome No. 34

All students explain basic economic concepts and the development and operation of economic systems in the United States and other nations, and make informed decisions about economic issues.

Wellness and Fitness

Proposed Outcome No. 107

All students apply knowledge, demonstrate skills, and examine attitudes in choosing behaviors that promote healthy life styles.

Final Outcome No. 48

All students demonstrate their knowledge of the benefits associated with physical fitness and good personal health habits including health promotion and disease prevention.

Self Worth

Proposed Outcome No. 8

All students act through a desire to succeed rather than a fear of failure while recognizing that failure is a part of everyone's experience.

No Final Outcome

Self-worth section deleted from final regulations.

Arts and Humanities

Proposed Outcome No. 95

All students advocate the preservation and promotion of cultural heritage and traditions, including works of art, presentations, and performances in the local and global community as a function of good citizenship.

No Final Outcome

Final arts and humanities outcomes stressed exposure to and participation in various art forms.

Appreciating and Understanding Others

Proposed Outcome No. 83

All students demonstrate the ability to interact with others on the basis of their individual merits and without discrimination because of their race, religion, ethnicity, gender, disability, life style, or socioeconomic status.

No Final Outcome

Appreciating and understanding others section deleted from final regulations.

Vol. 13, Issue 03

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