• Instructional Compliance

    State Library Homework Assistance

    The State Library of Louisiana offers homework assistance services to parents and students at www.homeworkla.org. HomeworkLouisiana offers free online tutoring and academic resources from Tutor.com for Louisiana residents from kindergarten students through adult learners. Get help in math, science, social studies or English from a live tutor. The services can be accessed from a Louisiana public library, your home computer or your mobile device. 

    Homework Louisiana 

    LDOE Instructional Materials Review Process

    Act 389 of the 2015 La. Legislative session addresses the adoption of textbooks/instructional materials.  Subsection C.(1)(c) indicates the following:

    The governing authority of each public elementary and secondary school shall include on its website a link to the website on which the state Department of Education conducts the online review process pursuant to Paragraph (B)(2) of this Section 

    To access the review process, click here. 

    Parental Access to Instructional Materials

    In compliance with ACT 436 of the 2014 Louisiana Legislature, parents my review instructional materials by contacting:

    • Lee Anne Harlton, Supervisor of Elementary Schools | LeeAnne.Harlton@sbpsb.org
    • Mary Lumetta, Supervisor of Secondary Schools & Assistant Superintendent | mary.lumetta@sbpsb.org

    *"Instructional materials” means content that conveys the knowledge or skills of a subject in the school curriculum through a medium or a combination of media for conveying information to a student. It also includes any nonsecure test, nonsecure assessment, or survey administered to a student. The term also includes books, supplementary materials, teaching aids, computer software, magnetic media, DVD, CD-ROM, computer courseware, online materials, information, or services, or an electronic medium or other means of conveying information to the student or otherwise contributing to the learning process.

    Louisiana Workforce Commission

    For information about high-wage, high-demand job opportunities after high school, please visit the Louisiana Workforce Commission's website.