What is the Illinois project?

What is the Illinois project?

The Illinois Freedom Project is a web based youth focused multimedia project that will provide resources to teach the interconnected story of slavery to freedom through the lens of people, places and events in Illinois from eighteenth century French settlements through early twentieth century Chicago.

Is Illinois Common Core?

Illinois adopted the common core standards for English Language Arts (ELA) and Math in June of 2010. The common core for English Language Arts and Math are now incorporated into the full set of Illinois Learning Standards. What are the Common Core Standards?

What are the requirements to be a preschool teacher in Illinois?

Illinois Preschool Teacher Career Information

Education Required Bachelor’s degree with a state-approved teacher preparation program
Experience Required Student teaching or equivalent
Exam Requirements Basic skills test; ILTS early childhood content exam; edTPA
License Renewal Period Five years

What is early intervention Illinois?

The Illinois Early Intervention (EI) Program provides a variety of services for families of an infant or toddler with a disability or a developmental delay. The program is based on the principle that all families help their children learn and grow.

Who is governor of Illinois?

J. B. Pritzker (Democratic Party)Since 2019

When did Illinois implement Common Core?

Illinois adopted the Common Core standards in 2010 after recognizing that it needed to update its existing learning standards. The creators of the Common Core consulted with parents, teachers and school administrators through two public comment periods held in September 2009 and March 2010.

What are the Common Core Standards in Illinois?

Illinois has now adopted the Common Core State Standards. The Illinois Standards include the English Standards and Math Standards from the Common Core Standards. The Common Core Standards in Illinois are exactly the same as the other states who have adopted these standards.

What are the requirements for kindergarten in Illinois?

Full day kindergarten is not a requirement by Illinois law. At minimum, half-day kindergarten programs in Illinois need to be held for 2 hours per day (around 360 hours per year) and full-day programs for 4 hours per day (approximately 720 hours per year).

What are pre K standards?

The Pre-K Content Standards are guidelines for teachers to use when developing learning experiences for young children that are grounded in the following guiding principles: Children are active learners Development and learning are inter-related Growth and learning are sequential Each child is an individual learner

What are the standards of early childhood?

Standards: The organization and implementation of an early childhood program is based on a statement of philosophy. The content of the curriculum reflects a balance of all areas of learning, offered in an integrated manner and reflecting the holistic nature of learning.

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