Standards Revision in Science, Social Studies and Financial Literacy
Educators statewide have helped the Ohio Department of Education update Ohio’s Learning Standards in science, social studies and financial literacy.
Review of these standards began in November 2016, when we asked teachers, parents and community members for suggestions. Based on this input, advisory committees selected standards for revision and educator working groups proposed changes. Many educators statewide reviewed those revisions through a survey in summer 2017. The expected schedule calls for approval of the revised standards by winter 2018, so teachers can begin using them in the 2018-2019 school year.
Proposed revised standards (2017)
SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING ACCESSIBILITY
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Below you are able to view copies of the draft Ohio Learning Standards for Science, Social Studies and Financial Literacy, which were presented to the State Board of Education (October 2017). In each document, the first column has the 2010 standards (2012 for Financial Literacy). The middle column contains the draft standards, anything that appears with a strikethrough (
) is recommended for removal and new content is underlined (underlined
). The third column identifies the rationale for the change.
Learn more about standards revision
Volunteer working groups
Working groups of educators draft proposed standards revisions, based on guidance from survey feedback and the advisory committees.
Ohio’s Learning Standards (adopted 2010-2012)
Review the Financial Literacy Model Curriculum
The Financial Literacy Advisory group reconvened to address concerns the State Board of Education raised regarding the Financial Literacy Model Curriculum. Now, all Ohioans can share their thoughts about the revised model curriculum through the surveys linked below, which will be open through October 6, 2019.
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Last Modified: 9/9/2019 6:36:24 AM