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Curriculum and Instruction

This guide is designed to help you find information on the different aspects of preK-12 Curriculum and Instruction.

Library of Congress Classification

F.D. Bluford Library uses the Library of Congress Classification (LC) system to organize and arrange materials. The LC classification is used by most research and academic libraries in the U.S. This system uses a combination of letters and numbers to arrange materials by subjects.

Books in the F. D. Bluford Library use the Library of Congress classification system. If you want to come to the library to browse the shelves for your topics, consider these Call Number areas to start in:

L- Education

   LB5-3640               Theory and practice of education
   LB5-45                   General
   LB51-885               Systems of individual educators and writers
   LB1025-1050.75    Teaching (Principles and practice)
   LB1049.9-1050.75  Reading (General)
   LB1050.9-1091       Educational psychology
   LB1101-1139           Child study
   LB1139.2-1139.5     Early childhood education
   LB1140-1140.5        Preschool education.  Nursery schools
   LB1141-1489           Kindergarten
   LB1501-1547           Primary education
   LB1555-1602           Elementary or public school education
   LB1603-1696.6        Secondary education.  High schools
   LB1705-2286           Education and training of teachers and administrators
   LB1771-1773           Certification of teachers
   LB3011-3095           School management and discipline
   LB3045-3048           Textbooks
   LB3050-3060.87       Educational tests, measurements, evaluations  and examinations

 LC59   Public school education
 LC3701-3740      Immigrants or ethnic and linguistic minorities.  Bilingual schools and bilingual education
 LC3745-3747      Children of immigrants (First generation)
 LC3950-4806.5   Exceptional children and youth.  Special education
 LC3991-4000      Gifted children and youth
 LC4001-4806.5   Children and youth with disabilities. Learning disabled children and youth