Documents Incorporated by Reference into Administrative Code (Rule)

Pursuant to Section 67-5229(2), Idaho Code, the notice of proposed rulemaking must include a brief summary detailing the need to incorporate by reference any additional materials into the rule. The agency must also provide information regarding access to the incorporated materials.

Codified Rules – Incorporated Documents


Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (47.01.01.004.02)

Rules Governing Uniformity (08.02.02.004)

Rules Governing Thoroughness (08.02.03.004)

IDAHO CONTENT STANDARDS
Arts and Humanities

Computer Science, Approved November 28, 2016

Driver Education, Approved August 21, 2008

English Language Arts/Literacy, Approved April, 2018

Health, Approved August 11, 2016

Information and Communication Technology, Approved April 22, 2010

Limited English Proficiency, Approved August 21, 2008

Mathematics, Approved August 11, 2016

Physical Education, Approved August 11, 2016

Science, Approved December 15, 2016 (see temporary rule)

Social Studies, Approved November 28, 2016

Career Technical Education

Agricultural and Natural Resources, Approved June 16, 2016

Business and Marketing Education, Approved June 16, 2016

Engineering and Technology Education, Approved June 16, 2016

Family and Consumer Sciences, Approved June 16, 2016

Skilled and Technical Sciences, Approved June 16, 2016

Workplace Readiness, Approved June 16, 2016

Other Incorporated Documents

Idaho English Language Development (ELD) Standards, Approved August 16, 2012

Limited English Proficiency Program Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives (AMAOs) and Accountability Procedures, Approved November 11, 2009

Idaho English Language Proficiency Assessment (ELPA) Achievement Standards, Approved October 18, 2017

Idaho Standards Achievement Test (ISAT) Achievement Standards, Approved April 14, 2016

Idaho Extended Content Standards,April 17, 2008

Idaho Standards for Infants, Toddlers, Children, and Youth Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Approved October 11, 2007

Idaho Standards for Infants, Toddlers, Children, and Youth Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired, Approved October 11, 2007

Idaho Special Education Manual, Approved November 28, 2016

Rules Governing Seed Certification Standards (08.05.01)

Seed Certification Standards, Approved June 2016

Proficiency Level Descriptors

A proficiency level descriptor (PLD) is a description of what students know and are able to do by content area, grade, and level. The bulleted PLDs were adopted by the Board May 30, 2007. The summary paragraphs will appear on the indivdual student reports.

Content Standards with Limits

The State Board has adopted the Content Standards, but not the Content Limits. The Content Limits guide test development and are useful to Idaho teachers and from time to time, are adjusted. The content limits will assist teachers in designing instruction at the appropriate cognitive demand. Each standard is coded for Cognitive Level.