ATLANTA -- The Fulton County School System is altering the framework of the Continuous Achievement model, which plays a role in how math and reading material is delivered to students.
By using Continuous Achievement, students can learn at a level that suits them, allowing for further academic acceleration and achievement.
The model, according to a spokeswoman for FCS, is ranked for academic placement, and reported twice per semester, starting at 2.1, 2.2, 3.1 as levels move up. That level will also be included in report cards and progress checklists.
"This is exciting for Fulton County Schools. By promoting innovation, Continuous Achievement is consistent with our vision as a charter system," Superintendent Robert Avossa said. "It really gets to what we're about - customizing students' learning experiences so they can learn to their full potential."