Find information on the Standards Setting Steering Committee and about the process of developing new state standards in math and English language arts. Visit the hub for Oklahoma’s new K-12 academic standards.
The goal is that all students be college and career ready upon graduation from high school.
|English Language Arts||PASS (2010)||OCCT: PASS
Grades 3-8, English I, and English II
|Mathematics||PASS (2009)||OCCT: PASS
Grades 3-8, Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry
|Science||PASS (2011) Grades 5, 8, and Biology I
OAS (2014) All other grades and subjects
Grades 5, 8, and Biology I
|Social Studies||OAS (2014)*||OCCT: OAS
Grades 5, 7, 8, and American History
|Fine Arts||OAS (2014)||District-created: OAS
Visual Arts and General Music Grades 3-8
|Personal Financial Literacy||PASS (2008)||Required for graduation|
|World Languages||OAS (2015)||No state assessment|
|Health/Safety and Physical Education||PASS||No state assessment|
|Pre-K and Kindergarten||PASS - PreK
PASS - Kindergarten
|No state assessment|
|Information Literacy Integrated||PASS||No state assessment|
|Instructional Technology Integrated||ISTE||No state assessment|
|Technology Education Integrated||PASS||No state assessment|
|PASS - Priority Academic Student Skills
OAS - Oklahoma Academic Standards
ISTE - International Society for Technology in Education
|OCCT - Oklahoma Core Curriculum Test|
*These standards do contain references to the Common Core Social Studies reading and writing literacy skills. In 2014, House Bill 3399 repealed Common Core standards for Oklahoma. By operation of law, the references to Common Core in the Social Studies subject standards are no longer in effect, but all other elements of the standards apply in their entirety.
What Oklahoma Academic Standards Do
What Oklahoma Academic Standards Do Not
The Oklahoma Academic Standards were not written or funded by the Federal Government. Oklahoma educators and content specialists participated in the writing, review and feedback process of the Oklahoma Academic Standards.