4I-200 Instructional Materials Adoption, Acquisition, Replacement, Disposal and Appeal Procedures
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adoption process, implementation and staff development costs;[f]establishment of funding within local school budgets for:(i)new primary instructional materials adoption and support materialcosts;(ii)annual consumable instructional materials; and(iii)annual instructional materials replacement, maintenance andinstructional materials adjustment for class enrollment increases.[g]establishment of procedures which require coordination between schoolprincipals, the Curriculum Department, the Purchasing Department andthe Suppliers to ensure efficiency and price advantage in the purchasingprocess of the primary instructional materials adoption; and[h]establishment of procedures for the reuse or disposal of primaryinstructional materials in the schools.
2.2INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL ALIGNMENT WITH CORE CURRICULUM
2.2.1Before the District or any school within the District may purchase any primaryinstructional materials, the proposed materials must have been mapped andaligned to the Core by an independent party as required by Utah AdministrativeCodeR277-469-9A and UCA §53A-14-107.
2.2.2Any supplemental or supportive instructional materials must support Core orUPASS requirements.2.2.3Free instructional materials are subject to the same requirements of sections2.2.1 and 2.2.2 above.
2.3INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS EVALUATION AND ADOPTION COMMITTEE
The Instructional Materials Evaluation and Adoption Committee shall select primaryinstructional materials for District adoption. The Committee is encouraged to make a limitedinstructional materials adoption for each District course/curriculum. The composition of theCommittee and procedures for the Committee shall be developed by the CurriculumDepartment ( Instructional Materials Adoption Administrative Procedures).
2.4ADOPTION AND EVALUATION CYCLE
Under normal circumstances a new primary instructional materials adoption shall becompleted in two (2) years.2.4.1The first year is for evaluation, selection and adoption of the primary instructionalmaterials and related supplemental materials.2.4.2The second year is for implementation of the adoption within the schools with thefocus on staff development for the improvement of instruction and achievement inthe curricular area.
2.5IMPLEMENTATION AND BUDGET PROCEDURES
2.5.1Annual Budget[a]The Curriculum Director shall prepare annual budget projections for theprimary instructional materials adoption and oversee the purchase ofnewly adopted primary instructional materials.