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The latest May and August 2016 versions of the K to 12 curriculum guides are now available in the community.
Download your copy now and feel free to share with your administrators and other science and math teachers in your network.
As in the past, we've included links to other subject areas to support your co-teachers handling other subjects.
Dear KaSaMa Teachers:
Our sponsored access to the Adobe Connect webinar platform is ending soon and we are moving all webinar recordings to another platform.
In view of this, links to recordings are temporarily unavailable.
We are committed to complete the transition as quickly as possible so you can all continue to access the recordings online.
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