Fulton school district seeking feedback on potential anthropology course resources | NeighborNewsOnline.com | Suburban Atlanta’s Local News Source

Parents, staff and community are invited to review anthropology course resources currently under consideration by the Fulton County Board of Education and provide their feedback. They will be on view Feb. 27 through March 28.

In October, the board approved anthropology as an elective social studies course. Anthropology investigates human beings from prehistory to the present and focuses on aspects of human development, humanity and its social adaptations, biological development and cultural adaptations.

The recommended text, “Window on Humanity: A Concise Introduction to Anthropology – 7th Edition,” will be displayed at Alpharetta High School (3595 Webb Bridge Road, Alpharetta), Centennial High School (9310 Scott Road, Roswell), Riverwood International Charter School (5900 Raider Drive, Sandy Springs), Westlake High School (2400 Union Road, Atlanta) and the Fulton County Schools’ Administrative Center (6201 Powers Ferry, Sandy Springs).

Parents and staff can review the materials at these sites, and each location has a display with print…

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