**Standards Review and Revision process per Senate Bill 1 (2017)**
Senate Bill 1 (2017) calls for the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) to implement a process for reviewing all academic standards and aligned assessments beginning in the 2017-18 school year. The current schedule calls for one or two content areas to be reviewed each year and every six years thereafter on a rotating basis. The rotation schedule began in the summer of 2017 by soliciting feedback on English language arts, mathematics and health/physical education standards.
Please visit the standards revision process timeline webpage for additional information.
Standards Review and Revision Timeline for World Languages
Based on the proposed Kentucky Academic Standards review/revision schedule:
Please email the standards team with questions.
Curriculum for World Languages
Curriculum is a local decision. Since the Kentucky Board of Education adopts standards for minimum graduation requirements, districts define expectations for electives in programs valued by Kentucky Department of Education. The document that follows describe the competencies that support quality programs for World Languages, including American Sign Language and Classical Languages.
The Kentucky standard for World Language Proficiency
The complete Kentucky standard for World Language Proficiency document with narrative, language and intercultural competencies
The complete Kentucky standard for World Language Proficiency language competencies only
The complete Kentucky standard for World Language Proficiency intercultural competencies only
The Complete Kentucky standard for World Language Proficiency narrative only
The Benchmark Grids for Language and Intercultural Competencies