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We have curated a multitude of resources for various Illinois education mandates, including the computer science learning standards and SEL standards.
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Illinois passed legislation requires schools to:
Illinois adopted these computer science learning standards in October 2021. Learn more about the standards here.
IDEA Partner CodeHS has some amazing resources for Illinois teachers. Click the button below to see all the organization has to offer.
The Joint Committee on Administrative Rules, a bipartisan legislative oversight committee created by the Illinois General Assembly, approved revisions to the K-12 Illinois Social Science standards. The revised standards impact the 2022-23 school year. The Illinois Civics Hub has created a grade band resource, placing the current standards, proposed revisions, and final revisions and additions side by side to help planning for curriculum shifts.
Public Act 102-0055 requires media literacy taught as a unit in Illinois high schools.
There are not standards for this currently. Click here for a media literacy framework.
Check out this YouTube video for a great overview:
Section 15(a) of Public Act 93-0495.
This Act calls upon the Illinois State Board of Education to "develop and implement a plan to incorporate social and emotional development standards as part of the Illinois Learning Standards."
Learn more about these standards here.
Remote Learning Tutorials & Resources
During the 2020 - 2021 school year, there were many instances where some or all students had to learn remotely. During this time, we put together a collection of videos and resources to help teachers through this time. As we move forward and past the pandemic, we remain committed to helping Illinois teachers find the best ed tech resources to help with future remote learning scenarios.
Check out the IDEA YouTube Playlist dedicated to remote and at-home learning resources.