Georgia – Unique Circumstances and Non-Traditional Settings

The Georgia Department of Education created guidance for setting SLOs in unique circumstances or nontraditional settings. Some of the guidance includes business rules covering the percentage of time students must be enrolled in order to be included in the SLO, as well as the number of students required to create an SLO. This document also provides guidance for Advanced Placement classes, alternative school, career and technical education classes, credit recovery programs, driver’s education, early intervention program teachers, English language learners, enrichment classes, gifted classes, virtual classes, and work-based learning.