NATIONAL C3 FRAMEWORK
NATIONAL COLLEGE, CAREER, CIVIC FRAMEWORK
NEW YORK STATE FRAMEWORK
The New York State K-12 Social Studies Framework is designed to prepare students for college, careers, and civic life with courses that are rigorous and aligned to New York State Learning Standards. This Framework integrates existing New York State Learning Standards and the New York State Core Curriculum for Social Studies into a single, three-part document. It is intended to serve as a guide for local districts in developing their Social Studies curricula. Social Studies practices are identified, as well as the key ideas, conceptual understandings, and content specifications.
The Framework can be found in three downloadable PDF files underneath “Downloadable Resources” at the very bottom of this page. The first PDF is an overall introduction to the K–12 Framework as a whole; the second PDF is the grades K–8 Framework; and the third PDF is the grades 9–12 Framework. Additional Framework-related files are also available in the “Downloadable Resources” section.
The Content Advisory Panel (CAP), a diverse group of New York K–12 and Higher Education educators from across New York State, has played an integral role in redefining Social Studies and in the development of the Framework. The Framework was presented to the Board of Regents in March 2014 and was approved by the Board of Regents in April 2014.
In light of continued input and feedback since the Board’s approval, edits and minor changes have been made. In March 2016 the Framework was revised in grades 4, 5, 7, and 8. The edits and changes have been noted in the document titled "March 2016 Revisions to K-8 Social Studies Framework" (see Downloadable Resources below).
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STATE ASSESSMENT INFORMATION
The new Framework-Based Regents exam in United States History and Government will be offered for the first time to students on June 2, 2020.
The exam will be similar to the revisions we're seeing on the Global History exam with respect to skills, but the format of the Part II and Part III portions of the exam have some differences. See below for all information that has been share with us from NYSED thus far.
NYSED Training Documents