Locate a Core Knowledge School Near You!
Our interactive map will help you to easily locate and connect with Core Knowledge schools across the country. More…
What Is Core Knowledge?
Educational excellence and equity demands a strong foundation of knowledge for all children—and a coherent plan for teaching what every child needs to know. More…
Core Knowledge Language Arts Recommended by Georgia
The Core Knowledge Language Arts (CKLA) curriculum has been approved for use in Georgia schools by the state's board of education.
Peach Hill Academy Named an Official Core Knowledge School
Peach Hill Academy, a suburban, public K–5 school in Moorpark, California, has been named an Official Core Knowledge School, with dual distinctions in intervention programs and content integration.
Aimee Hall of Good Foundations Academy Named Utah Teacher of the Year
Please join us in congratulating Aimee Hall, a teacher at Good Foundations Academy, which uses the Core Knowledge Sequence, who has been named the Utah Public Charter School Association's Teacher of the Year.
George Washington Academy Named Utah Charter of the Year
George Washington Academy, which uses the Core Knowledge Sequence, has been named the Utah Public Charter School Association's Charter School of the Year.
Liberty Common School Shines during the First Official Core Knowledge ACAP Visit
Liberty Common School is the first in the nation to be re-certified as a Core Knowledge Official School through the Analysis of Curriculum and Practices (ACAP) process recently developed by the Core Knowledge Foundation.
Initial Set of Test Items and Task Prototypes Released
The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) releases an intitial set of test items and prototypes for English language arts/literacy and mathematics.
Washington, D.C., August 20, 2012
Core Knowledge Announces Results of Three-Year Pilot Program in New York City Public Schools
Summary of the research basis and pilot results from the Core Knowledge Language Arts literacy initiative in New York City Public Schools.
March 12, 2012
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