The Framework Revision that Almost Was Why the Legislature Shut It Down and Why It Can and Should be Re-Started

Blanchard, Rosemary Ann
March 2011
Social Studies Review;Annual2011, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p7
The article chronicles the Curriculum Commission of the California State Board of Education's efforts in revisiting and revising the approved curriculum framework for California's History-Social Science Standards in 2009. The framework and the standards stand in need of revision to reflect the changes in world political, economic and social events. Moreover, the curriculum framework needs to be put in the context of social studies development to better understand its fate.


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