The DOE is obligated to provide educators in core subjects with appropriate curriculum aligned with the Common Core Learning Standards. Curriculum is defined as 1) a list of content and topics; 2) scope and sequence; and 3) a list of what students are expected both to know and be able to do after studying each topic.

If the DOE fails to provide this curriculum, an operational issues complaint should be filed by the chapter leader. If the principal does not resolve the issue within 5 days the complaint will be escalated to the District Paperworks and Operations Committee.

If a teacher is asked to write curriculum, the teacher must be given sufficient time during the workday to do it or be paid for after-school work.

Teachers may volunteer to help develop new curricula (if they teach themed programs, course subjects, or elective courses, for example).

Read what the contract says about curriculum »

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