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Curriculum Resources

Students with IEPs participate in the general education environment to the greatest extent possible and students with IEPs may receive instruction from a special educator using a variety of additional resources. These resources may be a supplement to the core curricular resources in the general education classroom or may be used as a replacement to those core curricular resources. Examples of curricular resources used for students identified as eligible for special education include:


  • Touch Math
  • Connecting Math Concepts
  • Number Worlds


  • Corrective Reading
  • Orton Gillingham
  • Leveled LIteracy Intervention (LLI)
  • Jolly Phonics
  • Language for Learning
  • Reading Mastery
  • Heggerty Phonemic Awareness
  • Sound Partners
  • No Glamour Sentences
  • Story Champs

Social Emotional

  • Think Social! A Social Thinking Curriculum
  • Zones of Regulation
  • The Coping Cat
  • Room 14 - a social language program
  • Superflex - a social thinking curriculum
  • WE Thinkers! Curriculum