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The Baseline Essay Project
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Geocultural Baseline Essay Project



The Concept of Baseline Essays



What Characteristically is a Baseline Essay?

In Portland Public Schools, a Baseline Essay is a reference document written by one select author/scholar in a specific subject-matter area (e.g. art, language arts, mathematics, music, science, social sciences and in some instances physical education/health). Each Essay is reviewed by scholars from different disciplines, specialists from the Portland District and a planning/advisory committee with significant representation from the geocultural group that is being represented in the essay.

A Baseline Essay was planned to have the following characteristics:



What are the Baseline Essays?

Who is the Audience for the Baseline Essays?

How to Order

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