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Character_Education_List-Serve_Form.docIf you would like to be included in a list-serve which is sent electronically to character education personnel (K-12; higher education, and others) throughout the state, please complete the information and return.Microsoft Word28 KB5/1/20035/1/2003
AL_Plan_app.rtfComprehensive Counseling and Guidance Model for Alabama Public Schools (State Plan - Appendices A-I, Bibliography, Glossary) 2003
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contact: Julia E. Felder or Dariel F. Oliver
Rich Text Format14799 KB8/15/20035/5/2004
AL_Plan_app.pdfComprehensive Counseling and Guidance Model for Alabama Public Schools (State Plan - Appendices A-I, Bibliography, Glossary) 2003
This file format can NOT be revised.
contact: Julia E. Felder or Dariel F. Oliver
PDF752 KB5/5/20045/5/2004
AL_Plan.rtfComprehensive Counseling and Guidance Model for Alabama Public Schools (State Plan) 2003
This file format can be revised.
contact: Julia E. Felder or Dariel F. Oliver
Rich Text Format7968 KB8/15/20035/5/2004
AL_Plan.pdfComprehensive Counseling and Guidance Model for Alabama Public Schools (State Plan) 2003
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contact: Julia E. Felder or Dariel F. Oliver
PDF678 KB5/5/20045/5/2004
AL_Scope and Sequence.rtfAlabama Standards, Competencies, and Indicators — Guidance Curriculum Scope and Sequence
contact: Julia E. Felder or Dariel F. Oliver
Rich Text Format840 KB6/4/20046/4/2004
01SSTOC.rtfAlabama Course of Study: Social Studies; Bulletin 2004, No. 18; Adopted 2004; Effective 2005-2006 School Year;
Superintendent's Message, Table of Contents, Preface, Acknowledgments
Rich Text Format9837 KB8/6/20048/6/2004
02SSIntro.rtfAlabama Course of Study: Social Studies, Bulletin 2004, No. 18; Adopted 2004; Effective 2005-2006 School Year;
General Introduction, Conceptual Framework, Position Statements, Directions for Interpreting
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03SSK-2.rtfAlabama Course of Study: Social Studies, Bulletin 2004, No. 18; Adopted 2004; Effective 2005-2006 School Year; Grades K-2Rich Text Format380 KB8/6/20048/6/2004
04SS3-4.rtfAlabama Course of Study: Social Studies, Bulletin 2004, No. 18; Adopted 2004; Effective 2005-2006 School Year; Grades 3-4Rich Text Format404 KB8/6/20048/6/2004
05SS5-6.rtfAlabama Course of Study: Social Studies, Bulletin 2004, No. 18; Adopted 2004; Effective 2005-2006 School Year; Grades 5-6Rich Text Format500 KB8/6/20048/6/2004
06SS7-9.rtfAlabama Course of Study: Social Studies, Bulletin 2004, No. 18; Adopted 2004; Effective 2005-2006 School Year; Grades 7-9Rich Text Format599 KB8/6/20048/6/2004
07SS10-12.rtfAlabama Course of Study: Social Studies, Bulletin 2004, No. 18; Adopted 2004; Effective 2005-2006 School Year; Grades 10-12Rich Text Format707 KB8/6/20048/6/2004
08SSApp.rtfAlabama Course of Study: Social Studies, Bulletin 2004, No. 18; Adopted 2004; Effective 2005-2006 School Year;
Appendix A (Elective Courses); Appendix B; Appendix C
Rich Text Format286 KB8/6/20048/6/2004
09SSBib.rtfAlabama Course of Study: Social Studies, Bulletin 2004, No. 18; Adopted 2004; Effective 2005-2006 School Year; BibliographyRich Text Format25 KB8/6/20048/6/2004
AL-COS-FAQs.rtfQuestions and Answers—Alabama Course of Study: Social Studies
Frequently-asked questions and answers regarding the implementation of the Alabama Course of Study: Social Studies, Bulletin 2004, No. 18
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AL_Arts_Plan.pdf Alabama Arts Education Plan - The Arts Education Planning Committee has prepared The Alabama Arts Education Plan: Linking the Arts to Student Achievement to bring attention to the importance of an adequate/equitable arts education and to provide a blueprint for the Alabama State Department of Education (SDE) to move forward to ensure that every public school student in Alabama is afforded the opportunity to experience arts education of high quality. contact: Sara WrightPDF1034 KB12/4/200210/1/2004
Resolution Final Adoption Math Health PE.docState Board Resolution Adopting Textbooks - This resolution was passed by the Alabama State Board of Education on November 13, 2003, approving the adoption of mathematics, health, and physical education textbooks. Please note that there is a stipulation regarding the use of textbooks designated as supplementary on the new list.Microsoft Word28 KB10/14/200410/14/2004
08SciBib.docAlabama Course of Study: Science, Bulletin 2005, No.20; Adopted 2005, Effective 2006-2007 School Year. BibliographyMicrosoft Word35 KB5/27/20055/27/2005
07SciApp.docAlabama Course of Study: Science, Bulletin 2005, No.20; Adopted 2005, Effective 2006-2007 School Year. Appendix A, Appendix BMicrosoft Word80 KB5/27/20055/27/2005
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