Career Technical Education A program of study that involves a multiyear sequence of courses that integrates core academic knowledge with technical and occupational knowledge to provide students with a pathway to postsecondary education and careers.
Curriculum and Instruction Resources Resources and guidance on selected content areas, and instructional strategies to aid parents, teachers, and other education professionals in helping California’s future leaders learn, grow, and develop.
English Language Arts Information to help students achieve progressive levels of mastery so that they may communicate effectively in English and, ultimately, participate fully in society and the world of work.
Grade Spans Information specifically related to students in prekindergarten, elementary, middle grades, secondary, postsecondary, and
Health Education Information and resources related to health education for students in grades K-12.
History-Social Science Information that defines the knowledge, concepts, and skills students should acquire at each grade level.
Mathematics Information regarding what all students in California public schools should know and be able to do in mathematics, emphasizing computational and procedural skills, conceptual understanding, and problem solving.
Physical Education Resources for developing quality physical education programs designed to provide students with knowledge and ability needed to maintain active, healthy lifestyles.
Science Information that represents the content of science education and includes the essential skills and knowledge students will need to be scientifically literate citizens in the twenty-first century.
Visual & Performing Arts Information that represents students, skills, knowledge, and abilities in dance, music, theatre, and the visual arts that all students should be able to master from prekindergarten to grade 12.
World Languages Information that focuses on developing the highest levels of world language proficiency (also referred to as foreign language) in California students.