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Gateway Performance Indicators: Biology I and Algebra
http://wtennessee.gov/education/ci/standards/

K12 Science Framework (TN)
http://cesme.utm.edu/resources/framewks/pdfver.html

K8 Mathematics Framework (TN)
http://cesme.utm.edu/resources/framewks/mcf.pdf This file requires Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Kentucky Program of Studies
This document outlines the minimum content required for all students before graduating from Kentucky high schools in the Class of 2002. This document specifies only the content for the fifteen required credits for high school graduation and primary, intermediate, and middle level programs leading to these requirements. It explains what is to be taught by reference into regulation, and therefore, it is required to be used by Kentucky educators. http://www.education.ky.gov/users/jwyatt/POS/POS.pdf

Principles and Standards for School Mathematics
If you just can't wait for your copy of the new NCTM Standards, or you want to cut and paste portions into documents (e.g., curriculum) that you are preparing, then the electronic edition is just what you need. You can find it at the NCTM web site. http://standardse.nctm.org/

Proficiency in Mathematics
What does proficiency in mathematics look like? Kentucky Educators from across the state got together to define what novice, apprentice, proficient and distinguished work looks like. ARSI took the proficiency indicators and consolidated them onto one page. ftp://www.uky.edu/pub/arsi/corecontent/proficiencyinmath.pdf

Proficiency In Science
What does proficiency in science look like? Kentucky Educators from across the state got together to define what novice, apprentice, proficient and distinguised work looks like. ARSI took the proficiency indicators and consolidated them onto one page. ftp://www.uky.edu/pub/arsi/corecontent/proficiencyinscience.pdf

Secondary Mathematics Framework (TN)
http://cesme.utm.edu/resources/framewks/secmth.pdf This file requires Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Summary of NCTM Mathematics Curriculum
The 1989 NCTM Standards have had a major influence on curriculum development, textbook development and assessment since they were published. The newly adopted "Principles and Standards for School Mathematics" should have a similar impact. This document summarizes the content that is suggested for each grade level strand. Teachers/curriculum developers can use this as a reference as they verify placement of content within local curricula. ftp://www.uky.edu/pub/arsi/s2kcurrlist.pdf This file requires Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Summary of NCTM Principles and Standards
The Principles and Standards of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics should be an important resource for all teachers as they develop curricula and plan lessons. This is an overview of these principles and standards. ftp://www.uky.edu/pub/arsi/standards2ka.pdf This file requires Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL)
Virginia's Standards of Learning for mathematics, science, English and Social Studies may be viewed in detail at:
www.pen.k12.va.us/VDOE/Instruction/sol.html/A.

WV Math & Science Instructional Goals K8
The West Virginia Department of Education lists the math and science IGOs that all WV teachers must follow. http://wvde.state.wv.us/igos/

WV Math Instructional Goals & Objectives 912
The West Virginia Department of Education site lists the math IGOs that all WV teachers must follow. http://wvde.state.wv.us/igos/pmat912.html

WV Science Instructional Goals & Objectives 912
The West Virginia Department of Education site lists the science IGOs that all WV teachers must use. http://wvde.state.wv.us/igos/psci912.html


