Adoption Cycle
Oklahoma Educational Publishers Associations
CURRENT OKLAHOMA ADOPTION CYCLE

The following adoption cycle is based on information provided by the Oklahoma State Department of Education and is subject to change from year-to-year, and, includes year adopted by the State Textbook Committee and effective dates for ordering.  This list was revised February, 2014

Oklahoma State Textbook Committee’s

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS SUBJECT CYCLE

(Includes year adopted by committee and effective dates for ordering)

2014 - Health, Vocational Education and Computer Education/Instructional Technology and Grades PreK-12 Science, PreK-5 Science C
  • (Effective Dates - Health, and Vocational Education:  July 1, 2015-June 30, 2021) FY 15
  • (Effective Dates - Computer Education/Instructional Technology:  July 1, 2015-June 30, 2018) FY 15
  • (Effective Dates: July 1, 2015-June 30, 2021-Science) FY 15

Computer/Technology includes:  Introduction to Computers, Computer and Technology Literacy, Advanced Programming, Business Computer Applications, Computer Programming I-II, AP Computer Science A or AB.

Science includes:  General Science K-8 or 9-12, Earth Science 7-12, Aeronautics, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Electronics, Environmental Science, Geology, Physical Science, Physics, Physiology, Zoology.

Science Content Reading includes:  Science-based reading that promotes Common Core Literacy and provides informational text on varied Science topics.

2015 - Grades PreK-12 Foreign Languages and Grades PreK-12 Basal Reading and Literature
  • (Effective Dates:  July 1, 2016-June 30, 2022-Reading and Literature)FY 16
  • (Effective Dates - Languages:  July 1, 2016-June 30, 2022) FY 16

Reading and Literature includes:  Reading, Literature, AP Literature, American Literature, English Literature I-III, and Debate.

2016 - Grades PreK-12 Mathematics
  • (Effective Dates:  July 1, 2017-June 30, 2023) FY 17

Mathematics includes: K-12 Mathematics, Algebra I-III, Analytics, Applied Mathematics I-II, Calculus I-II, Consumer Mathematics, General Mathematics, Geometry, Mathematics Analysis, Mathematics of Finance, Matrix Algebra, Plane Geometry, Pre-algebra, Pre-calculus, Remedial Mathematics, Solid Geometry, Statistics and Probabilities, Trigonometry and AP Mathematics Courses.

2017 - Grades PreK-12 Language Arts and Instructional Technology
  • (Effective Dates: July 1, 2018-June 30, 2024) FY 18

Language Arts includes:  Dictionary, Journalism, Speech, Remedial Reading, English as a Second Language, Grammar, Language, Composition, and AP Grammar, Language, and Composition Grammar, Language, Spelling, and Handwriting.

  • (Effective Dates – Computer Education/Instructional Technology:  July 1, 2018-June 30, 2021) FY 18

Computer/Technology includes:  Introduction to Computers, Computer Literacy, Advanced Programming, Business Computer Applications, Computer Programming I-II, and AP Computer Science, Personal Financial Literacy. Reading includes:  Reading, Dictionary, Remedial Reading, English as a Second Language, Spelling, Handwriting, Grammar, Language.

2018 - Social Studies, PreK-5 Social Studies Content Reading
  • (Effective Dates: July 1, 2019-June 30, 2025) FY 19

Social Studies includes:  American History, AP U.S. History, Ancient and Medieval History, Black History, Career Exploration, Civics, Conservation of Natural Resources, Current Events, Economics (Social Studies), Geography, Government, AP Government and Politics, International Problems, Modern History, Oklahoma History, Problems of Democracy, Psychology, AP Psychology, Sociology, World History, AP European History, and Other Social Studies.

Social Studies Content Reading includes:  Reading that promotes Common Core Literacy and provides informational text related to historical people, places, and events; human geographic concepts; economic concepts; citizenship, principals of the American system of government; regional geography, and notable speeches and documents in American and World History.

2019 - The Arts
  • (Effective Dates - July 1, 2020-June 30, 2026) FY 20

The Arts (Fine Arts and Music) includes:  Art I-IV, AP Art (Studio), Art Appreciation, AP Art History, AP Studio Art Drawing, Arts and Crafts I-IV, Stage Crafts, Humanities, Applied Music, Music Appreciation, Instrumental Music I-IV, Music Theory, AP Music Theory, Vocal Music I-IV, other Music and Drama.

(Revised February, 2014)

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