Continuous Progress is an educational philosophy through which individual student learning follows a sequential and developmentally appropriate continuum of knowledge articulated in the Core Curriculum Standards adopted by the Board of Education.
The continuous progress philosophy requires teachers to be cognizant of each child’s learning needs and his/her achievement. Classroom instruction is designed to challenge students to work at their most successful level in order that they may achieve their potential.
Instructional strategies include teaching and re-teaching students who do not master required standards the first time. Grouping within classrooms is flexible, short-term, and focused on meeting students’ learning needs.