Elem. Ed.
posted by Keisha .
Portfolios are a collaborative effort
in that:
A. children,teachers,and specialists
can all choose samples to include
in a portfolio.
B. each item in the porfolio should
be discussed with parents before
it is included.
C. teachers must have input from
other teachers in the school
to develop a portfolio system.
D. teachers and administrators must
agree about items in a portfolio.
I know the correct answer is not C or D.
Isn't the correct answer A?
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