Curriculum adopted by a LEA or schools within the LEA for all children from preschool through secondary school.
The curriculum children without disabilities learn in the general education classroom.
The curriculum adopted and/or used by a local school district or by the schools within a district for nondisabled students; the content of the program, as opposed to the setting in which it is offered.
A description of the standards and benchmarks adopted by an LEA or schools within an LEA that applies to ALL children. It is applicable to children with disabilities as well as nondisabled children and related to the content of the curriculum and not to the setting in which it is used. It is the basis of planning instruction for all students.
Curriculum adopted by LEA or SEA for all children from preschool through high school.
is the established plan of instruction for all students in a Local Education Agency (LEA). It can be based on the LEAâ€(tm)s or stateâ€(tm)s standards and benchmarks. It incorporates the core of what students learn â€“ i.e., the mandated academic instruction. Social, communication, and life skills are sometimes also integrated.