Multidivision Online Provider Approval, Renewal, & Course Submission Information
News & Announcements
Applications and course submissions for the 2021-2022 school year may be submitted beginning April 1, 2021. Applications and course submissions must be received by 5 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on April 30, 2021.
The review period, approval and denial process will be from May 3, 2021 – July 2, 2021. MOP will be notified through email during this process.
The 2021-2022 school year will be the full implementation year for the Science SOL. Therefore, MOPs will be required to submit updated or new courses that correlate to the 2018 Science SOL during the 2021 MOP application period. Note: The 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 school years were crossover years for the 2018 Science SOL.
A provider seeking initial approval to become a multidivision online provider must submit an application which includes all the information requested by the Virginia Department of Education by the date and time listed in the News & Announcements section. Incomplete applications will not be considered. The Virginia Department of Education will provide the applicant with a written decision regarding the approval or denial of the application within 45 business days of the close of the application period. Local school boards in Virginia may enter into contracts with approved multidivision online provider to offer approved courses.
Please submit applications and required documents via the email@example.com mailbox by the due date referenced in the News & Announcements section.
Both new applicants and currently approved multidivision online providers may choose to submit courses for approval during the application window listed in the News & Announcements section. Each course submitted for approval must be aligned with Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) and Career and Technical Education Competencies where applicable.
Please complete the following new Google Forms appropriately to submit new or revised SOL, CTE and/or elective courses. The Google Forms will automatically record the information and save documentation attached to the form.
For SOL courses being submitted for approval, a correlation report from a third-party correlation service that verifies Virginia SOL alignment at 90% or higher on all strands, objectives, concepts, and skills must be submitted.
For CTE courses being submitted for approval, a Career and Technical Education (CTE) Competency alignment form indicating a 90% or higher correlation on all strands, objectives, concepts, and skills must be submitted with the application. The curriculum area at the CTE Resource Center can be helpful with this process. Please ensure that both course competencies and Workplace Readiness Skills are addressed. Other important information is available at the CTE Resource Center.
- Procedures for Submission and Review of the Multidivision Online Provider Application-This is a Word document.
- Criteria for Approval of Multidivision Online Providers-This is a PDF document.
- Application Review Rubric-This is a PDF document. (for VDOE personnel use)
- Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL)