Districts

Districts & the A-G CMP

A feature of the A-G Course Management Portal (CMP) permits districts to choose how the "a-g" course lists are updated for the high schools within their jurisdiction. Districts can choose to manage their high schools' "a-g" course lists using one of the following methods:

Centralized "a-g" reference list management
  • School-authored courses will be submitted for "a-g" review through a district-centralized process.
  • The district can also author and submit courses for “a-g” review on behalf of the schools they serve.
  • Revisions to existing courses and archiving of “a-g” courses can be conducted by the school or district.
  • Schools and the district manage their individual demographic information.
  • The district is primarily responsible for annually managing all of its high schools’ “a-g” course lists.
Joint "a-g" reference list management
  • Schools can directly submit courses to UC for “a-g” review.
  • The district can also author and submit courses for “a-g” review on behalf of the schools they serve.
  • Revisions to existing courses and archiving of “a-g” courses can be conducted by the school or district.
  • Schools and the district manage their individual demographic information.
  • Each school is primarily responsible for annually managing its individual “a-g” course list.

Districts wishing to change their method of "a-g" reference list management can notify the UC High School Articulation unit or go to their Institution Demographic section.  Please note that a district's "a-g"  management selection cannot be changed in the middle of a submission period. The district needs to wait until the submission period closes to switch to centralized or joint "a-g" reference list management.

For more information about functions within District Management please click here.

Features specific to District management

  • Course Consolidation: District/school network CLM can consolidate similar school-owned courses into one district-owned course for greater efficiency in course list management.
  • Add multiple schools to a course: This is a key feature for a district/school network. With this feature, you can add multiple schools to one course submission. When the course is submitted and approved, all of the schools that are listed on the submission will have that course automatically approved on their course list.
  • Clean up course list: District/school network CLMs will need to reactivate all archived courses you would like to keep for future use, as your Course Archive will no longer exist beyond the 2017-18 course submission period. Courses that remain in your Course Archive after September 15, 2017 will be deleted.
  • Deleting courses: District/School Networks will no longer have the ability to archive courses. Starting Feb 1, 2018, all archived courses will be deleted want from your reference list.