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The Edu-CAT-ion Policy Glossary: Feline Edition

We realize that Edu-CAT-ion Reform can be very confusing.

So, with the help of many beautiful cats that were rescued by and adopted from the Montgomery County Animal Services and Adoption Center, the Montgomery County Humane Society and the Animal Welfare League of Montgomery County, we have compiled a list of common terms with illustrations to make them more under-CAT-able.

Please consider adopting one of the wonderful pets available at your local shelter.


Authen-CAT Assessment


Best PAW-trices


CAT-operative Learning




Content Rich PURR-iculum


Common CLAW Standards


Dif-FUR-entiated Learning

Extra CAT-icular Activities



High Quality KITTEN-garten


High Ex-CAT-ations


HISSS-torical Studies


PURR-formance Assessment


PAW-sitive Reinforcement


Putting KITTENS First


Social Emotional PURRING


The Socialside of Edu-CAT-tion


Value Added CAT

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