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PreK-12 Curriculum Alignment: The Four Phases

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Sample K-12 Curricula

Nebraska Sample K-12 Science Curricula
This sample K-12 Articulated Curriculum provides Nebraska school districts with an example of a K-12 science curriculum guide to ensure science literacy for all students. It reflects a consensus of the content standards included in all of the recent science improvement efforts.

Nebraska Mathematics Articulation
Pre-Kindergarten through Postsecondary (P-16)
This document identifies the critical gateways leading to a smooth transition between education levels, P-16. It is mean to be used as a resource to encourage dialogue and understanding among education partners, rather than a checklist for assuring compliance with the Nebraska Mathematics Content Standards or with postsecondary admission requirements. It was created with the input and guidance of over 75 educators representing all education levels from across Nebraska.

Kentucky Department of Education
Thses sample curriculum maps show a variety of approaches to curriculum mapping submitted by local school districts in Kentucky. They are meant to be models to assist schools with their own curriculum work. They are aligned to Kentucky's Goals and Academic Expectations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nebraska Department of Education, 2010