Curriculum Frameworks & Instructional Resources Div.
The Curriculum Frameworks & Instructional Resources Division supports the Instructional Quality Commission, develops curriculum frameworks, oversees the adoption of instructional materials, produces and distributes instructional materials in specialized media.
Shanine Coats, Director
The Curriculum Frameworks & Instructional Resources Division is part of the Instruction and Measurement Branch.
Clearinghouse for Specialized Media & Translations
The Clearinghouse for Specialized Media & Translations (CSMT) helps to close the achievement gap by providing instructional resources in accessible formats to students with disabilities in California.
Instructional Quality Commission
Information about members, committees, goals, and meetings for the Instructional Quality Commission, commonly called the Curriculum Commission (CC).
Curriculum Frameworks & Instructional Materials
Information on all subject areas.
Information that focuses on developing the highest levels of world language proficiency in California students.
Information and resources related to health education for students in grades K-12.
Information that defines the knowledge, concepts, and skills students should acquire at each grade level.
Information that 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.
Resources for developing quality physical education programs designed to provide students with knowledge and ability needed to maintain active, healthy lifestyles.
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.
Information to help improve school libraries in California.
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.