Presentation on theme: "CCSESA Williams Update Training May 2007 Williams Instructional Materials Clarifications CISC Williams Sub-Committee."— Presentation transcript:
CCSESA Williams Update Training May 2007 Williams Instructional Materials Clarifications CISC Williams Sub-Committee
Williams Instructional Materials Clarifications Education Code 60119(a) Education Code 60119(a) requires that schools have sufficient textbooks or instructional materials, or both, in Math, English Language Arts, History/Social Science and Science that are aligned to the content standards and are consistent with the content and cycles of the curriculum framework adopted by the state board.
Williams Instructional Materials Clarifications Education 60422(a) establishes additional requirements for districts to receive their IMFRP Funds: Pupils shall be provided with standards-aligned textbooks or basic instructional materials by the beginning of the first school term that commences no later than 24 months after those materials were adopted by the State Board of Education.
Williams Instructional Materials Clarifications Williams visits are guided by 60119 not by 60422. For example: Districts can be Williams compliant and still have 1999 Adoption History/Social Science Materials Williams compliant does not necessarily mean the district will meet IMFRP funding criteria.
Williams Instructional Materials Clarifications CCSESA Instructional Materials Survey Forms (C.2.1) will have a reference to the IMFRP criteria for funding. County Office District Summary Report should include IMFRP regulations (if warranted) Other related issues Alternative Current Materials High Schools
Williams Instructional Materials Clarifications Health, Foreign Language and Science Lab Equipment Must report insufficiency to district Insufficiency may become part of the Annual Report in the Accuracy of SARC section. If SARC states sufficiency and Visit finds insufficiency, then the discrepancy is noted in the SARC portion of the Annual Report. If the SARC states insufficiency and visit finds insufficiency, no SARC discrepancy reported.