Virginia CCRS Curriculum Frameworks Website Launchpage hidden title
The Virginia Adult Learning Resource Center (VALRC) is very pleased to announce the launch of the Virginia College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS) Curriculum Frameworks. Please explore this online platform to find resources aimed to help teachers:
- better understand both the English language arts/literacy and Mathematicsopens in a new window CCRS standards,and
- plan and deliver instruction that challenges adult learners across the skill spectrum to meet the high expectations of the CCRS, provides level-appropriate supports, and is relevant to adult learners’ lives and goals.
VALRC will offer professional development to support educators in navigating this frameworks site, using the frameworks in planning standards-aligned instruction, and adding to the frameworks’ collection of standards-aligned activities and resources. For news about upcoming online and on-site training opportunities, bookmark and check this page, or join the opens in a new window VAELN listserv.
The Virginia CCRS Curriculum Frameworks are the result of a multiyear effort by many Virginia adult educators and other stakeholders, from the initial suggestions and discussions of the Virginia CCRS Standards-in-Action pilot teams to the web design and development work of Slice Works. Most particularly, VALRC wishes to thank the Virginia CCRS Curriculum Framework Working Group, which planned and developed the frameworks’ structure, collected and reviewed resources, and wrote supporting materials and activities. Without this team’s work and dedication, these frameworks would not exist.
Members of the Virginia CCRS Curriculum Framework Working Group
- Nichole Bennett
- Katie Branson
- Lindsay Brooks
- Mora da Silva
- effrey Elmore
- Laura Gerlach
- Vicki Hubbard
- Hillary Major
- Kimberly Mangels
- Laurie Merricks
- Jenna Rankin
- Sharon Renner
- Elizabeth Severson-Irby
- Kim Smith-Turner
- Rosie Spann-Johnson
- Corlis Webb
The Virginia CCRS Curriculum Frameworks provide a substantial resource for Virginia adult education teachers, one that we expect to grow and expand as adult education programs across the state work to fully implement and sustain standards-based instruction.
For additional information about standards-based instruction and college and career readiness in adult education, including theopens in a new window English LanguageProficiency Standards for Adult Education,opens in a new window visit the VALRC website.Questions about the Virginia CCRS Curriculum Frameworks can be directed to Hillary Major (CCRS/standards-based instruction, English language arts/literacy) or Jeffrey Elmore(mathematics, CCRS/standards-based instruction)at the Virginia Adult Learning Resource Center.