• Curriculum Development for English and Language Arts (ELA)

    Teachers know best about what works in the classroom. This is why the Delaware English Language Arts/Literacy Standards establish what students need to learn, but they do not dictate how teachers should teach. Instead, schools and teachers decide how best to help students reach the standards.

    The State of Delaware does not mandate the use of any particular curriculum. As always, teachers can develop their own lesson plans and choose materials; however, curriculum must be aligned to the appropriate grade-level standards. Shared units and lesson plans are available. Guidelines for creating, evaluating, and prioritizing instructional materials and curricula appear below.

    Stubbs Teachers with Students

Last Modified on March 6, 2020