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Updated Guidance from NYSED
MONDAY, MAY 17, 2021
MONDAY, MAY 17, 2021
THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2021
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, implementation timelines for the Next Generation Learning Standards in ELA and Mathematics and the NYS P-12 Science Learning Standards have again been updated to allow one additional year for professional learning and curriculum development prior to implementation.
The overall timeline for the implementation of the Next Generation Learning Standards in ELA and Mathematics is now as follows:
- September 2017: Adoption of NYS Next Generation Learning Standards (NYS NGLS)
- Phase I: Raise Awareness (Winter 2018-Winter/Spring 2019)
- Phase II: Build Capacity (2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21, and 2021-22)
- Phase III: Full Implementation (September 2022 – ongoing)
- Spring 2023: New grades 3-8 tests measuring the NYS NGLS in ELA and Mathematics
- June 2024: First administration of Regents Exam in Algebra I measuring the NYS NGLS in Mathematics
- June 2025: First administration of Regents Exam in Geometry measuring the NYS NGLS in Mathematics
- June 2026: First administration of Regents Exam in ELA measuring the NYS NGLS in ELA and Regents Exam in Algebra II measuring the NYS NGLS in Mathematics
The overall timeline for the implementation of the NYS P-12 Science Learning Standards is now as follows:
- December 2016: Adoption of NYS P-12 Science Learning Standards (NYSP12SLS)
- Phase I: Raise Awareness and Build Capacity (Summer 2017-Summer 2019)
- Phase II: Transition and Implementation (September 2019-Summer 2023)
- Phase III: Implementation and Sustainability (September 2023 – ongoing)
- Spring 2024: First administration of new Elementary Grade 5 and Intermediate Grade 8 science tests aligned to the NYSP12SLS
- June 2025: First administration of Regents Exams in Biology and Earth & Space Science measuring the NYSP12SLS
- June 2026: First administration of Regents Exams in Chemistry and Physics measuring the NYSP12SLS
The Department wishes to emphasize that work related to professional development and curriculum alignment to the new learning standards should continue throughout the remainder of the 2020-21 and into the 2021-22 school year. Familiarizing teachers with the new standards and preparing for their full implementation, although delayed, must remain a district priority. Additional resources to assist schools and districts with their local implementation over this multi-year phase-in are available on the Office of Curriculum and Instruction’s Next Generation Learning Standards website.
Education Law 2D- Student and Teacher Data Privacy
Staff that require Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) hours can check their Registration Status in TEACH by selecting “View Registration Status” on the TEACH Home screen.
Your Current Registration Period will be listed at the top of the page in a blue bar.
As more information comes out from the state about verifying your hours, we will share it with you.
If you have questions about your CTLE hours contact Marcy Sweetman- firstname.lastname@example.org