Prosper ISD Curriculum and Instruction





    The Prosper ISD Curriculum Department will provide learners an aligned, well-articulated and assessed curriculum that is engaging and innovative while reaching the specific and diverse needs of all students.


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    The purpose of education is to impart knowledge, concepts, processes, and attitudes necessary for all students to successfully function in an ever-changing environment. The district recognizes and values the unique characteristics of its students and commits to providing an educational program designed to meet state requirements as well as developing each student's innate talents.

    Student Academic Achievement

    Mike Schmoker, in his recent book Focus (ASCD, 2011) notes the three most important contributors to student academic achievement are:

      • A coherent curriculum (what we teach)
      • Sound lessons (how we teach)
      • Purposeful reading and writing in every discipline


    Curriculum Framework

    A curriculum framework is an organized plan or set of standards or learning outcomes that detail the knowledge and skills to be learned in terms of clear, definable standards of what the student should know and be able to do.


    The district curriculum will be designed and delivered using a standards-based approach to ensure that graduates possess 21st Century skills and competencies necessary for success. A focus on the district curriculum is on high priority standards in alignment with Texas College and Career Readiness, national, and international standards as identified by the High Performance Schools Consortium.