About the All Courses: Pedagogy and Best Practices category

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Hello, I hope this group grows. I’m going to post this here but also ask elsewhere on this site. I’m looking for a curriculum map K-12 CSF-CSP that is on a spreadsheet. Created so each Course, Unit, Chapter and lesson is in a specific spot. Best if this spreadsheet could be shared and when that lesson is taught it can get checked off for all to see. Trying to implement the ENTIRE program k-12 is daunting. I feel a tool like this would be really helpful and I hope it already exists. Does anyone know if it does?