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Utah State Office of Education, 1995. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  SUPERCEDES SMA K*-196. Provides course descriptions for Grades 7-12 Mathematics courses. Includes title; prerequisites; core standards for the course; objectives; and skills and strategies. Courses include: Prealgebra; Algebra; Geometry; Applied Mathematics; Calculus; Statistics; Advanced Mathematics.

Indiana Department of Education, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  "This resource book is divided into two parts. Part I includes the self-studies for the high school course offerings... Part II includes the elementary, middle / junior high, and high school self-studies for Career Education." Section for each High School subject area includes: Administrative Rules, Content Standards and Essential Skills, Critical Questions, Sample Indicators of Program Effectiveness, Balanced Curriculum Verification Checklist, Plan for Improvement. Balanced curriculum subjects: English, Social Studies, Science, Mathematics, Foreign Language, Practical Arts or Vocational / Technical, Health and Safety, Physical Education, Fine Arts, Consumer / Economics, and other electives. Includes: General Curriculum Principles, High School Curriculum Course Offerings, Required and Elective Credits, Academic Honors Program, Definition of Credit.

Muscatine Community School District, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Presents: district mission, vision, K-12 philosophy, K-12 Mathematics Program Goals, Standards for School Mathematics, Ideas From Professional Standards for Teaching Mathematics, K-8 Articulation Grid, 9-12 Articulation Grid, Mastery Items by strand for each grade K-8 and High School course. K-8 strands: Problem Solving; Numeration, Place Value and Number Theory; Addition; Subtraction; Multiplication; Division; Fractions; Money, Decimals, and Percents; Measurement; Geometry and Spatial Sense; Statistics and Probability; Consumer Math. 9-12 strands: Problem Solving; Place Value and Number Theory; Addition / Subtraction; Multiplication / Division; Fractions, Decimals, and Percents; Graphing; Equations / Functions; Basic Geometric Vocabulary; Logic Skills; Angles, Lines, Planes; Triangles; Circles - Spheres; Polygons; Coordinate Geometry; Constructions; Measurement; Inequalities; Consumer Skills; Trigonometry; Sequences and Series; Exponents / Logarithms; Rational Expressions; Probability / Statistics; Discrete Topics; Calculus. High School courses: Math 9, Math 10, Applied Math I and II, Consumer Math, Algebra I and II, Enriched Algebra I and II, Geometry, Enriched Geometry, Probability and Statistics, Discrete Topics, PreCalculus, Senior Math, AP Calculus.

West Virginia Department of Education, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Supercedes MA K*-176. Presents instructional goals and objectives for 9-12 Mathematics, by course: Applied Mathematics I and II; Algebra I and II; Geometry and Applied Geometry; Trigonometry; Probability and Statistics; Pre-Calculus; Discrete Mathematics; Algebra/ Geometry Preparation; Advanced Placement Calculus; Advanced Placement Statistics; and Algebra Support. All courses provide goals for computer and technology applications. Includes Review for Assessment and indicates objectives that are assessed on the state standardized test.

Beaufort County School District, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Provides Community Service standards and objectives for five grade / proficiency clusters: K-2 (Readiness), 3-5 (Foundations), 6-8 (Essentials), 9-12 (Proficiency), and Honors / AP (Distinction). Topics include: Community Service, Work Habits, Self-Esteem, Career Awareness

Columbus Public Schools, 1996. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Provides subject objectives by course, grade, or level: Grades K-6 and 7-8 Vocal / General Music; Grades 4-5 and 6-8 Chorus; Grades 4-8 Instrumental Music; 9-12 Orchestra; 9-12 Jazz Ensemble; 9-12 Concert / Marching Band; 9-12 Basic Instrumental Music; 10-12 Basic Music Theory; 11-12 Advanced Placement Music Theory; 9-12 Mixed Chorus; 9-12 Soprano-Alto Chorus; 9-12 Tenor-Bass Chorus; 9-12 Mixed Ensemble; 9-12 Music Survey.

Fairbanks North Star Borough School District, 2001. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Provides philosophy and mission statements, readiness standards, ongoing learner goals, and mastery core objectives for each grade K-8 and for High School courses by strand. Six strands: Social / Civil Development, Government, Geography, Economics, History, Cultural Studies. Topics covered: Kindergarten: Learning and Working Together; Grade 1: My Place in the World; Grade 2: Important People in Our World; Grade 3: Communities, Continuity and Change; Grade 4: Alaska and Its Neighbors; Grade 5: Our American Quilt of People and Places; Grade 6: Weaving Together Land, People, and Time; Grade 7: Growth of Civilization in a World of Many Cultures; Grade 8: Survey of U.S. History. High School courses include: World History, Comparative Religions, Geography, Advanced Placement History / Literature, Advanced Placement World Art History, United States History, Advanced Placement United States History, Alaska Studies, Diversity in America, United States in a Global Context, General Economics, Consumer Economics, Advanced Placement Microeconomics, Advanced Placement Macroeconomics, American Government, Advanced Placement Government, American Legal Systems, Advanced Placement Comparative Government, Current Events / Issues, Psychology, Women's History. Appendices include Alaska Performance and Content Standards. Available online.

Mesa County Valley School District #51, 1997. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Contains course description and content standards with curricular objective alignment for grades 9-12 core and elective Language Arts courses, including: Literature and Language, Literary Themes and Composition, American Literature and Composition, Career English, Modern Literature and Composition, Applied English, World Literature, British Literature, AP English, Speech, Public Speaking, Forensics, Creative Writing, Reading and Vocabulary Development, Humanities, Mythology, Science Fiction, Journalism, Student Publications, Yearbook, Theory and Analysis of Acting, Theatre Arts, Play Production. Includes 9-12 Language Arts Progression Chart.

Muscatine Community School District, 1997. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Encompasses Life / Environmental Science, Physical Science, Earth Science, and Human Science. Presents: district mission, vision, K-12 Science philosophy, K-12 Science Program Goals, Perspectives and Terms According to the National Science Education Standards, K-8 Articulation Grid, 9-12 Articulation Grid, K-8 Required Science Content, 9-12 National Science Standards Correlation, Mastery Items by strand for each grade K-8 and High School course. Seven strands: Applications, Attitudes, Content, Creativity, Nature of Science, Use of Process Skills, Science and Technology. High School courses: Fundamentals of Physical Science, Physical Science, Intensive Physical Science, Community Biology, Biology I and II, Intensive Biology, AP Biology, Human Anatomy, Earth Science, Chemistry, Intensive Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics, Intensive Physics, AP Physics. Available online.

Texas Education Agency, 1998. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Provides course descriptions, knowledge and skills, and objectives for "Economics with Emphasis on the Free Enterprise System" and other economics courses for eight strands: Citizenship; Economics; Geography; Government; History; Culture; Social Studies Skills; Science, Technology, and Society. Courses: Economics Advanced Studies, AP Microeconomics, AP Macroeconomics, International Baccalaureate (IB) Economics Standard Level, IB Economics Higher Level, Concurrent Enrollment in College Courses. Available online.

Woodbridge Township School District, 2001. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Presents vision and mission statements, a message to entering students, district philosophy, services of the guidance department, graduation requirements, grading system, honor roll, advanced placement courses, gifted and talented program, library / media center services, special education program, sample schedules. Course descriptions provided for: Business Education; English; Family and Consumer Science; Fine Arts; Health, Safety and Physical Education; Industrial Arts; Mathematics; Science; Social Studies; World Languages; Cooperative Vocational Education. Includes information on choosing subjects.

High School Social Studies Course Objectives, 1998. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Contains course description, course outline, and content standards with curricular objective alignment for grades 9-12 core and elective Social Studies courses, including: AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, AP Psychology, AP United States Government and Politics, AP United States History, American Government, Anthropology, Colorado History, Comparative Religions, Economics, Ethnic Studies, Government Service Internship, International Forum, Law-Related Education, Psychology, Social Problems, Sociology, United States History I-II, World Geography I-II, Ancient World History, Early Modern World History, Middle Ages and Renaissance World History, Twentieth Century World History. Includes alphabetical and chronological listings of courses.

Walla Walla Public Schools, 1998. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Presents course descriptions, essential academic learning requirements, expectations linked to Washington state components, assessments, resources, and staff development by strand for each grade K-8, and for eighteen High School courses: Freshman English, Basic Reading, Sophomore English, Introduction to Fiction, Science Fiction, Speech I-II, Transitional English, Grammar and Composition, Drama I-II, Drama III-IV, Creative Writing, Advanced Reading, American Literature, Mythology, Journalism, Vocabulary and Composition, AP English Literature, Pre-Transitional English. Five strands: Reading, Writing, Communication, Grammar and Usage, Spelling. Appendix includes Types of Writing for District-Wide Assessment or Classroom Instruction, Evaluative Criteria for Student Writing at All Levels, Glossary.

Appoquinimink School District, 1999. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Encompasses Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, and Research. Presents philosophy; goals; benchmark expectations for grades 3, 5, 8, and 10; developmental descriptors of students; and performance indicators, skills, and concepts by strand and developmental stage: Pre-Conventional (grades K-1), Emergent (grades 1-2), Developing (grades 2-3), Beginning and Expanding (grades 3-4), Bridging (grades 4-7), Connecting (grades 7-9), Fluent, Proficient, and Independent (grades 9-12). Five strands: Written Language, Oral Language, Constructing Meaning, Research, Literature. Includes: Qualities of Good Writing; Strategies Good Readers Use; Themes and Suggested Texts for grades K-6 as a cluster, for each grade 7-12, and for Grade 12 Advanced Placement Program. Bibliography.

Mesa County Valley School District #51, 1999. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Contains course description and content standards with curricular objective alignment for grades 9-12 core and elective Science courses, including: Agricultural Biology, Agronomy, Anatomy and Physiology, Animal Science, Astronomy, Biology, AP Biology, Biotechnology, Botany, Chemistry, AP Chemistry, Earth / Space Science, Environmental Science, Equine Science, Food Science, Geology, Physical Science, Physics, River Dynamics, Unified Science, Zoology.

San Diego Unified School District, 1998. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Content and performance standards for grades K-7 are organized into five strands: Number Sense and Operations; Functions and Algebra; Measurement and Geometry; Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability; Problem Solving, Mathematical Reasoning, and Communication. For grades 8-12 standards are organized into four courses: Algebra, Geometry, Intermediate Algebra, Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry. Includes lists of key vocabulary for each grade K-7. Also available in Spanish.

Aztec Municipal Schools, 1999. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Provides Performance standards for each grade K-8 and for fourteen high school courses: English I-IV, Business English, Mythology, Fantasy, Communications 2000, English I-II Pre-AP, English III-IV AP, Contemporary Literature, Southwest Literature. Includes Kindergarten exit standards. Areas covered include: Reading, Grammar, Writing, Speaking and Listening, Spelling, Study Skills.

High School Science: Indiana's Academic Standards, 2002. application/octet-stream, 0 kB.
  Intended for students and their parents to encourage parent participation and understanding of expectations. Provides standards, objectives, and examples by strand for six high school Science courses: Biology I, Chemistry I, Earth and Space Science I, Advanced Environmental Science, Integrated Chemistry - Physics, Physics I. Strands vary by course, but all include Historical Perspectives and four supporting themes: The Nature and Science of Technology, Scientific Thinking, The Mathematical World, Common Themes. Available online.

School Administrative Unit #19, 1999. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Presents guiding principles, program and student goals, philosophy, program scope and sequence, curriculum terminology, and development format. Provides content standards, proficiency standards and benchmarks for each grade K-8, and for high school courses by strand. Eight strands: Problem Solving and Reasoning; Communication and Connections; Numbers, Numeration, Operations, and Number Theory; Geometry, Measurement, and Trigonometry; Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability; Functions, Relations, and Algebra; Mathematics of Change; Discrete Mathematics. High School courses include: Algebra I and II, Geometry, Applied Mathematics, Analysis, PreCalculus, Probability and Statistics, Calculus, Advanced Placement Statistics. Bibliography

Aztec Municipal Schools, 1999. application/octet-stream, 1 kB.
  Provides Performance standards for each grade K-7 and for eleven grade 8-12 courses: Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Vocational Math, Consumer Math, Geometry, Algebra II, Advanced Mathematics I-II, AP Calculus I-II, Graphing Calculator.