The Curriculum Center for Family and Consumer Sciences


Welcome to The Curriculum Center for Family and Consumer Sciences. We celebrate 48+ years of continued quality curriculum development for family and consumer sciences educators.

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Online Curriculum

There are 27 courses available in our online curriculum. Each course addresses the Texas and national standards with appropriate teaching strategies and supporting materials.

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FCS News and Updates

New! Food Science professional development course is now available in Project Share.

Please note that there are 6 sections of this course and that it is recommended that course sections be taken in order.

To find and enter the Food Science course:

  1. Go to Project Share Course website
    TEA Food Science: Part 1
    TEA Food Science: Part 2
    TEA Food Science: Part 3
    TEA Food Science: Part 4
    TEA Food Science: Part 5
    TEA Food Science: Part 6 
  2. On the public Home page pop-up, you will see the message, “This course is accessible by access code only,” in the left menu. Click on the Join This Course link immediately below that message.
  3. Enter your Project Share username and password in the Epsilen Secure Account Login pop-up and click the Login button.
  4. On the Course Registration page, enter foodsc in the Access Code box at the bottom of the page, and then click Continue.
  5. Once you have successfully entered the access code, confirm the information related to your Member Profile and click the Join button. You will then be taken to the course’s Home page and can begin taking the course.

REMINDER: Teachers assigned to teach a CTE course that meets graduation requirements for math or science must meet HOUSE (high objective uniform standard of evaluation) requirements for NCLB.

For information regarding the AAFCS Pre-Professional Assessment and Certification (Pre-PAC) Management System visit the website at and click on "Testing Procedures and Forms."

Join the excitement! Be on the cutting edge - utilize Pre-PAC to empower and recognize students and programs in your state!

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