Curriculum and Instruction

 

Arkansas law recognizes that "students in Arkansas deserve the best education that the citizens can provide." This education must produce academically competent students who can demonstrate their competency in the core curriculum and who can apply their knowledge and skills.

Arkansas’ Learning Standards are defined in the Arkansas Curriculum Frameworks, which are discipline-based and clearly describe what students must know and be able to do in each academic content area. The rigorous academic content standards and the student learning expectations within each document provide the focus for instruction for each local school district, without rigidly prescribing every element of the local curriculum.

Student demonstration of the standards and learning expectations within the Arkansas Curriculum Frameworks is the anchor for the entire education system, with instructional programs, state-level assessments, professional development, school improvement planning, teacher/administrator licensure, and accountability sharing the common goal of improved student learning and performance around these standards.

 

For more information, please contact:

Director of Curriculum and Instruction
 
Administrative Specialist
 
Library Media Specialist
 
State Math Lead for Assessment/Curriculum and Instruction
 
Fine Arts Specialist
 
Social Studies Specialist
 
English as a Second Language Specialist
 
Information Systems Coordinator
 
Foreign Language and PE/Health Specialist
 
Math Specialist
 
Science Specialist
 
English Language Arts Specialist
 
English Language Arts Specialist
 
Arkansas Department of Education
Curriculum and Instruction Unit
Four Capitol Mall, Room 301-B
Little Rock, AR 72201
Phone: 501-682-7442

Alphabetical List of Topics

Common Core