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IQC Meeting September 20, 2018

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Published on Oct 8, 2018

The meeting was held at 1430 N Street, Sacramento, California 95814.

The Instructional Quality Commission (IQC), formerly known as the Curriculum Development and Supplemental Materials Commission, was established in 1927 as an advisory body to the California State Board of Education (SBE).

Education Code Section 60204 (amended 2009) defines the duties of the IQC. The IQC is responsible for advising the SBE on matters related to curriculum and instruction. The IQC (1) develops and recommends curriculum frameworks; (2) develops and recommends criteria for evaluating instructional materials submitted for adoption; (3) evaluates instructional materials that have been submitted by publishers and makes recommendations to adopt or reject each submission; (4) recommends policies and activities to the SBE, California Department of Education, and local education agencies regarding curriculum and instruction; (5) advises and makes recommendations to the SBE on implementing the state’s academic content standards; and (6) advises the SBE on professional development, pupil assessments, and academic accountability systems alignments to the standards.

Video Index:

00:00:00 - Call To Order

00:01:48 - Report of the Chair

00:09:36 - Education Technology Committee

00:32:32 - Science Subject Matter Committee

00:43:17 - Public Hearing on the Submissions for the 2018 Science Adoption of K–8 Instructional Materials

01:26:34 - Subject Matter Committee Recommendations to the Full Commission on the Submissions for the 2018 Science Adoption of K–8 Instructional Materials (Action)

04:31:56 - State Board of Education Liaison Report (Patricia Rucker)

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