BPS Instructional Materials

The goal of Brevard Public Schools Instructional Materials Department is to select and provide state and school board approved instructional materials for all students.

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Adoption of Instructional Materials

Brevard Public Schools Put Adoption of New Math and ELA Programs on Hold in Response to Governor’s Executive Order

On January 31, Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 19-32, outlining a path for Florida to improve its education system by eliminating Common Core and paving the way for Florida students to receive a world-class education to prepare them for jobs of the future.

In accordance with Executive Order 19-32 and with guidance from the state Department of Education, Brevard Public Schools is putting plans for its Math (K-12) instructional materials adoption on hold until 2021-2022, with implementation now planned for 2022-2027. Accordingly, the current petition window for the math textbook adoption will cease immediately. In addition, the upcoming English Language Arts (ELA) program adoption has also been delayed until 2020-2021, with implementation 2021-2026.

Executive Order 19-32 directs Florida Department of Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran to comprehensively review the academic standards for Florida’s K-12 students and provide recommended revisions to Governor DeSantis.

· A review of standards will be conducted during 2019, with recommendations due to Governor DeSantis January 1, 2020

· No changes to statewide assessments or school grades calculation in 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 related the executive order

· Extensive public input opportunities will be available before the recommendations are submitted and again through State Board of Education rulemaking process (state law requires standards exist; the State Board approves the standards)

Additional information can be obtained at www.fldoe.org/standardsreview.

BPS News Release regarding instructional materials adoption: Click HERE


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