Nevada Academic Content Standards
CCSD uses the Nevada Academic Content Standards as the basis for all curricula. These content standards have been designed to meet the highest expectation for college and career readiness. Use the link below to access information from the Nevada Department of Education regarding the Nevada Academic Content Standards.
Nevada Department of Education: Nevada Academic Content Standards
CCSD Curriculum Resources: Curriculum Engine and Wiki-Teacher
The Curriculum Engine is a tool to help teachers lead their students to success. The goals of the Curriculum Engine are:
- Fast access to curriculum information
- Powerful collective knowledge stored in one place
- Collaborative instructional planning
Wiki-Teacher is a free resource available to CCSD teachers and any teacher outside of CCSD. To begin using the thousands of resources found on the site, take just few minutes to create a new account.
The Curriculum and Instruction Division leads the process of identifying and adopting core instructional materials and supplementary resources to ensure that teachers and students have access to physical and digital resources that support the Nevada Academic Content Standards.
The 2023–2024 CCSD Instructional Resource Framework outlines Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III approved instructional materials to assist with K-12 English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, and world language instruction. Resources to support English language learners and students receiving special education services are embedded in the list.
Supplemental and Intervention Instructional Resources
Per Clark County School District (CCSD) Regulation 6150, site-funded supplemental textbooks/materials will be selected through a systematic review process by the professional staff in each school. See CCSD Regulation 6150 for additional guidance on the selection of supplemental textbooks.
CCSD Selected Tier I Instructional Materials
The table below can be filtered and sorted to find information regarding CCSD’s instructional materials for core content areas. Additional information regarding the selected instructional materials for core and non-core content areas can be obtained by contacting the appropriate content area department.