California Content Standards
The importance of state academic standards soared in January 2002 with passage of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). Not only does that milestone law require all states to have demanding academic standards in place and to demonstrated steady student progress toward academic proficiency as set forth in those standards, it also links states' accountability for increasing students' achievement to the quality of their teachers.
According to recent studies and surveys, the state of California has adopted the most comprehensive and effective standards in the nation. Click below to see the California K-12 standards in each of the four major subject areas (Reading, Mathematics, History, and Science).
Clink on the link below to view Content Standards: