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The curriculum definition as established by the U.S. Department of Education’s Classification of Instructional Programs (“CIP”): Instructional programs that define the prescribed requirements for high school/secondary school graduation. (CIP Code #53)

Notable Programs in this Curriculum: High School Diploma Programs; College/University Preparatory Courses; Certificate and IEP Completion.

Prominent figures related to this curriculum:

High School and Seconday
High School and Secondary by Joe Shlabotnick

 

Anthony J. Mullen (ARCH School)
2009 National Teacher of the Year
Chauncey Veatch (Coachella Valley High School)
2002 National Teacher of the Year
Michell Forman (Middlebury Union High School)
2001 National Teacher of the Year

 

The Complete List of Programs in this Curriculum:

 
 
  • HIGH SCHOOL/SECONDARY DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES.
    Instructional programs that define the prescribed requirements for high school/secondary school graduation.
  • High School/Secondary Diploma Programs.
    Instructional content for this group of programs is defined in codes 53.0101 - 53.0199.
  • High School/Secondary Diploma Programs, Other.
    Any high school/secondary diploma program not listed above, such as diplomas awarded to special education students for completion of an individualized education plan (IEP).
  • Regular/General High School/Secondary Diploma Program.
    An instructional program that defines the prescribed minimum requirements specified by a state, province, or other jurisdiction for completion of, and graduation from an undifferentiated regular secondary school program representing 12 academic years of schooling intended for school-age students.
  • College/University Preparatory and Advanced High School/Secondary Diploma Program.
    An instructional program that defines the prescribed requirements, specified by a state, province, or other jurisdiction, for completion of, and graduation from, a secondary school program of academic subject matter designed to meet typical college and university entrance requirements.
  • High School/Secondary Certificate Programs.
    Instructional content for this group of programs is defined in codes 53.0201- 53.0299.
  • Vocational High School and Secondary Business/Vocational-Industrial/Occupational Diploma Program.
    An instructional program that defines the prescribed requirements, specified by a state or other jurisdiction, for high school/secondary school graduation in a vocational program -- together with other required subject matter, and that may prepare individuals for specific occupations or direct labor market entry.
  • Honors/Regents High School/Secondary Diploma Program.
    An instructional program that defines the prescribed requirements, specified by a state, province, or other jurisdiction for high school/secondary school graduation in an academic or vocational program at a prescribed level of outstanding scholastic performance, or via meeting special requirements beyond the minimum.
  • Adult High School/Secondary Diploma Program (NEW).
    An instructional program that defines the prescribed requirements, specified by a state, province, or other jurisdiction for the completion of, and graduation from a secondary school program of academic subject matter offered fir adult learners outside of the regular secondary school program. This does not include adult compensatory education programs resulting in completion of a high school equivalency certificate or diploma.
  • High School Equivalence Certificate Program.
    An instructional program that defines the requirements for meeting the minimum high school/secondary completion requirements specified by a U.S. state or other jurisdiction, for adult learners who did not complete secondary school. Includes undertaking a specified program of studies and obtaining a prescribed passing score on the General Educational Development Test (GED) or provincial examinations. These awards represent the legally recognized equivalent of secondary school graduation.
 
 
 

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