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Office of Standards and Instructional Support
Resources in Response to COVID-19
The Office of Standards and Instructional Support has contributed to resources that support educators during these unprecedented times. The following are the most requested areas to find answers to frequently asked questions. In addition, a frequent question our office receives is in regard to priority standards. Our office implements legislation and current legislation does not prioritize specific grade-level expectations in any content area. Therefore, we operate to assist districts in implementing standards that are adopted by the State Board of Education in all content areas. Curricular decisions are made at the local level.
The Office of Standards and Instructional Support (SIS) consists of full time and part-time staff of content specialists with expertise in all areas within the Colorado Academic Standards. This team is committed to supporting education professionals across the state in implementing the Colorado Academic Standards (CAS) for student success. The team provides guidance and expertise through technical assistance, both internally and externally, related to standards implementation and instructional support.
Legislated Grants, Committees and Commissions
News and Announcements
Setting the Standard Webinar Series
The Office Standards and Instructional Support is hosting an ongoing webinar series called Setting the Standard. Join the team to stay up-to-date on high impact instructional strategies, CDE resources for teaching and Colorado Academic Standards implementation updates. Webinars will be hosted on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month from 11:30 am-12:30 pm.
September 4th session will be about digging into the "High Impact Instruction in Diverse Settings" guidance document.
Webinars will be hosted on the first and third Friday of each month from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Join us
High Impact Instruction in Diverse Settings
Instructional guidance for educators in all content areas was created to support the teaching and learning of academic standards in diverse settings. Read more.
Application now open for the Holocaust and Genocide Standards Review Committee
HB20-1336 calls for a stakeholder committee to be formed to make recommendations for standards adoption for Holocaust and Genocide studies. Read More.