Curriculum

Curriculum means a defined course for an instructional program. Minimally, the curriculum prescribes what is to be taught, how the course is to be taught, with what materials, and when and where. The curriculum must:
(1) Teach words and phrases in ordinary, everyday usage;
(2) Include the content of the Federal Citizenship Text series as the basis for curriculum development (other texts with similar content may be used in addition to, but not in lieu of, the Federal Citizenship Text series);
(3) Be designed to provide at least 60 hours of instruction per class level;
(4) Be relevant and educationally appropriate for the program focus and the intended audience; and
(5) Be available for examination and review by INS as requested.
(v) The term developmentally disabled means the same as the term developmental disability defined in section 102(5) of the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act of 1987, Public Law 100-146. As a convenience to the public, that definition is printed here in its entirety:
(1) Teach words and phrases in ordinary, everyday usage;
(2) Include the content of the Federal Citizenship Text series as the basis for curriculum development (other texts with similar content may be used in addition to, but not in lieu of, the Federal Citizenship Text series);
(3) Be designed to provide at least 60 hours of instruction per class level;
(4) Be relevant and educationally appropriate for the program focus and the intended audience; and
(5) Be available for examination and review by INS as requested.
(v) The term developmentally disabled means the same as the term developmental disability defined in section 102(5) of the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act of 1987, Public Law 100-146. As a convenience to the public, that definition is printed here in its entirety:

Source

8 CFR § 245a.1


Scoping language

As used in this chapter:

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