Abstract

The eastern Kentucky region misses large amounts of instructional time due to illness and inclement weather. One solution to these gaps in instruction time are Non-Traditional Instruction Days (NTI days), where students and teachers can continue instruction despite being out of the classroom and it is credited as a school day. However, many districts have chosen not to implement the NTI program. This study examines the NTI program and investigates why certain districts are opting not to implement it.

Semester/Year of Award

Fall 12-2018

Mentor

Dr. April Blakely

Department/Professional Affiliation

College of Education: Curriculum and Instruction

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Restricted Access Thesis

Document Type

Bachelor Thesis

Degree Name

Honors Scholars

Degree Level

Undergraduate

Department

Curriculum and Instruction

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