What Is a Horizontal and Vertical Curricula?

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Horizontal curriculum is the alignment of the curriculum being taught by teachers in a common grade level while vertical curriculum is planning curriculum across the grade levels, from kindergarten through high school, building upon instruction based upon standards. Correct vertical curriculum alignment improves student performance by decreasing the amount of instructional time consumed with re-teaching concepts. Horizontal alignment provides teachers with a guide or goal, for their instruction.
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