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Rantoul District and Curriculum
The districts mission is to be caring, ethical and accountable in order to foster school and community spirit; to create a safe, respectful community of learners; to encourage development of intellectual, artistic and athletic interests; and to understand diverse cultures and viewpoints in partnership with students, parents, and the community. Rantoul Township High School and Ratoul City Schools has a climate of high expectations for success. A collaborative culture exists ensuring students’ progress is monitored and communicated to students, parents, community, and one another.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Rantoul District Curriculum
The curriculum is based on well-evaluated and researched standards which attempt to offer all students a consistently strong education. Students are held accountable for their own educations in the hope that this will foster a life-long love of learning for its own sake. To achieve this end, the focus isn’t on rote memorization of facts or the students’ ability to parrot back given information to the teacher, but rather it’s on critical thinking and analytical skills and techniques, so that students learn not only the material, but how to learn and how to think.
The school provides many co-curricular programs in addition to a comprehensive curriculum, which is intended to encourage growth not only intellectually but emotionally and physically as well. Character education is also a part of the curriculum and there are expectations for the students to understand their values and those of their community. Students are given opportunities to be creative and expressive through courses in the arts
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Keeping Informed: Recent Rantoul Educational News
- ArtSpeak - Students at Rantoul Township High School who want to participate in an arts organization, are able to join ArtSpeak. This is an art expression program where students work both independently and collaboratively and gain valuable feedback from their peers.
- School Report Cards - To support the goals of transparency, the Rantoul City Schools publishes their annual report cards on their website. The report cards provide information about the overall demographics of the school and the success of students in achieving the learning goals.
- Extracurricular Activities - Rantoul Township High School offers a great many activities and clubs for students, from academic enrichment clubs to special interest clubs. Many of the groups also offer students a chance to participate in pre-professional conferences and other events that help them get to know peers of similar interests.
Rantoul Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
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Chalk Talk: The Role of Adjunct Professors
Adjunct professors are college professors who only work part-time at a particular college. They may teach one to three classes per term. Often, adjuncts will teach at multiple colleges, working part time at each. Sometimes, adjunct professors work in the industry they teach about, especially the arts. One advantage for students is that these adjuncts often have real-world experience in their subject of expertise, and if they’re still working in that field, they are often aware of current trends and practices that other professors might not know about. And so, adjuncts can be of great benefit to students. Unfortunately, because they tend not to be full-time employees, most adjuncts aren’t eligible for health and other benefits under many universities’ guidelines. Students should make sure to learn about the professional background of their professors and network with them throughout the semester.