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Curriculum Development

What is the Curriculum Coordinating Council (CCC)? 

One of the very first steps in the curriculum development process is to establish a Curriculum Coordinating Council (CCC), which is a representative group of   district personnel and community members that advises the Board of Education, through the Superintendent, in matters concerning curriculum, instruction and assessment. All professional decisions pertaining to curriculum, instruction and assessment must be reviewed and approved by the CCC before recommendation to the Board of Education's Applied Learning and Technology Sub-Committee. This means the CCC also serves as a communication link among the certified staff, Superintendent and Board of Education, and promotes and encourages communication among buildings and levels within the district. The CCC directs the work of all Subject Area Committees (SAC) and appoints and directs any other committees necessary for the development,   implementation and long-term evaluation of curriculum, instruction and   assessment. The CCC does not make managerial decisions related to buildings, personnel, budgets or other agenda items reserved for the administrative team, building principals or site councils.