Hello all; We are developing an online driving clinic. The course needs to no less than 8 hours in length (Students are required to stay that long in the course). We have attached an entire course content that we got from another driver clinic. However, we need to rephrase everything in order to be able to use that material. The course material used in course materials must be accurate, presented clearly, and logically. According to the State regulations, the course must be as follows: The course must be presented at a sixth grade reading and comprehension level. The course materials must be free of race, ethnic and gender stereotypes. The course must include a table or index indicating where all required components specified below are located. The course should also include quizzes and test questions. Each course shall be divided into a minimum of 5 modules. Author must write a quiz, consisting of at least nine questions, for each module. Author should also provide brief answers to each and every question. Please see the attached files for the entire description. Regards, kerim
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