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Instructional Materials

Instructional materials used in Oregon’s classrooms need to reflect the most current information and research and be aligned to academic content standards. To this end, these instructional materials are subject, by law, to a review process and must meet established specifications and criteria in order to be approved by the State Board of Education for use in classrooms.

Oregon Instructional Materials Adoption Schedule


  • FAQs about IDEA and NIMAS

    Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Individuals with ​Disabilities in Educat​ion (IDEA) Act and the National Instructional ​Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS)

  • Instructional Materials Comparison Tool from EdReports​ (ELA, Math, and Science)

    See how materials are rated in comparison to each other. Browse an entire content area or sort by subject, grade level, and specific programs.

  • The Curriculum Support Guide​

    I​​nstruction Partners' Curriculum Support Guide offers a straightforward example of what systems can do to improve instruction and achievement by selecting, launching, and supporting high-quality curriculum, detailing what it means and what it takes to successfully implement exceptional materials. This workbook is designed to help a school or system leadership team work through the implementation process together.

  • Oregon School Library Information System (OSLIS)

    An information literacy website that provides resources to learn research skills, includes an APA and MLA citation generator, and connects Oregon users to a suite of periodicals databases. After clicking on your role (Elementary Student, Elementary Educator, Secondary Student, or Secondary Educator), students and staff in Oregon public and private schools can click on Find Information to access thousands of nonfiction articles, most of which have Lexile levels. To receive your district or private school’s database login or for questions, contact Jennifer Maurer, the School Library Consultant at the Oregon State Library. The website and database subscriptions are supported through a Library Services and Technology Act grant.

  • Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA)

    Has a mission to protect, promote and inform software companies and the digital content industry.

  • The Association of American Publishers (AAP)

    ​​Represents publishers of all sizes and types located throughout the country and is the principal trade association of the U.S. book publishing industry.​

  • Northwest Educational Resource Association (NWERA)

    ​​A professi​onal organization that supports partnership between educational resource providers and the school districts they serve.

For questions regarding the ODE Instructional Materials, email Aujalee Moore.