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Document Number: 6197

Surveys of Enacted Curriculum: A Guide for SEC Collaborative State and Local Coordinators - The Surveys of Enacted Curriculum (SEC) are a set of data-collection tools used with teachers of mathematics, science and English language arts to collect and report consistent data on current instructional practices and content being taught in classrooms. This guide discusses: (1) the history, development and findings to date of the SEC; (2) applications of the SEC in education; (3) available SEC tools and services; (4) the membership and benefits of the SEC collaborative; (5) the steps in planning a state or local SEC project; and (6) the steps in planning for SEC survey data collection. Available in the appendices are: (1) answers to frequently asked questions; (2) sample SEC charts, graphs and maps; (3) additional SEC services; (4) costs of SEC tools and services; and (5) a state or local SEC project planning template. (Council of Chief State School Officers and the SEC Collaborative, 2005)...


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