Get the complete set of PDF and Word frameworks documents from the NH Department of Education website.
Standards within The Arts framework are currently being renumbered to be consistent with this new database and the other frameworks. The Arts standards will be added to this searchable database very soon. Download The Arts frameworks in PDF or Word format from: http://www.ed.state.nh.us/education/doe/organization/curriculum/Arts/Arts.htm
World Languages standards information is available at: http://www.ed.state.nh.us/education/doe/organization/curriculum/Assessment/WorldLanguages.htm
A Note on the Frameworks Numbering System:
are composed of a combination of letters and numbers as in the following
example of a Mathematics (M) standard.
Each GLE includes a bolded statement called the "stem." Each "stem" is the same or similar across the grades for a given GLE, and is meant to communicate the main curricular and instructional focus of the GLE across the grades. Unbolded text within a GLE indicates the expectations for that given grade-level. Underlined text indicates the concepts and skills that are new to a given grade.
Each GLE is coded for the content strand, grade level, and the GLE “stem” number (e.g., M:F&A:7:3: The “M” stands for mathematics, the “F&A” stands for the Functions and Algebra strand, the “7” indicates a standard for grade 7 to be assessed in the fall of grade 8, and the “3” stands for stem 3 or the 3rd big idea in the Functions and Algebra strand). See the diagram on page 9.
M:F&A:7:3 The first code is the frameworks area, which in this example is "M" for mathematics.
M:F&A:7:3 The second code represents the Functions and Algebra strand of the math framework.
M:F&A:7:3 The third code indicates a standard for grade 7 to be assessed in the fall of grade 8.
M:F&A:7:3 The fourth code indicates stem 3 -- the 3rd big idea in the Functions and Algebra strand.