This website is dedicated to Heartland AEA 11's curriculum alignment services and supports. Here, you will find important documents, opportunities to collaborate about alignment issues, and valuable links to engage in curriculum alignment work. Be sure to check in frequently to see what's happening with curriculum alignment at Heartland!
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I-CAT Updated to Include new Literacy and Math
As of 4/19/11, the I-CAT now has all of the new Literacy and Math standards in it. This also applies to 6-12 Science, Social Studies, and 21st Century Skills.
The Heartland Alignment Services blog has been embedded into the Alignment Services Website. Check it out to learn more about alignment, alignment services, and the implications of other happenings in education and how they affect alignment.
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