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Quick Reference Guides for the NC Standard Course of Study, Grades K-8


2009-10 Outline of the Course Coding Structure
This document contains the course codes used in NC WISE and SIMS to identify courses taught in the North Carolina public school system as well as courses that may be taken at a community college, university or on-line. The booklet also provides a description of the course code structure, an explanation of the seven-digit code and numerous appendices to help explain various coding options.
(pdf, 630kb)


To see all current versions of course codes and courses that have been ended, go to http://www.ncwise.org/courses2.html.


Draft Honors Implementation Guide
Send feedback to feedback@dpi.nc.gov
(pdf, 1.2mb)


Honors Course Review Protocol

Honors Course Review Protocol Memo (December 2006)
(pdf, 114kb)

Honors Course Review Protocol Memo (October 2007)
(pdf, 63kb)

Honors Course Rubric
(pdf, 234kb)


NC Course of Study Graduation Requirements


NC Academic Scholars Program
Information regarding challenging high school programs
(pdf, 309kb)


NC High School Exit Standards Implementation Guide
This guide contains policy, procedures and strategies for implementing high school exit standards. Students beginning with the freshman class of 2006-07 are required to achieve proficiency on the five End of Course Assessments and successfully complete a graduation project. Topics in the handbook include: Policies, Graduation Project, Limited English Proficient (LEP) Considerations, and Exceptional Children (EC) Considerations.
(pdf, 468kb)


Cooperative Innovative High School Programs


Transition Planning For 21st Century Schools
Because learning is a continuous process, transition planning is important for all who educate and guide students. UCLA (2003) urges schools to "understand the impact of transitions and establish a range of transition supports". Transition Planning is designed to support districts, schools, and classrooms with the development and evaluation of a comprehensive and coordinated transition plan. Although students experience transitions at each grade level, this document offers a framework for transitions that occur during preschool to kindergarten, second grade to third grade, elementary to middle grades, middles grades to secondary and beyond. Additional transition resources are provided.
(pdf, 638kb)


Global Task Force Report - Available Fall, 2012


A New Mission for Middle Grades – Southern Regional Education Board Report of the Middle Grades Commission
(pdf, 4.6mb)


UNC Minimum Course Requirements


Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
This document is the current weighted grade agreement between UNC-General Administration, the North Carolina Community College System, and NCDPI.
(pdf, 10kb)


Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA)
This agreement is a transfer course list containing 600+ courses eligible for 5 quality points through the North Carolina Community College System.
(pdf, 46kb)


Textbook Adoption


Employment and Licensure