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In 2013 House Bill 5 in Texas was implemented with requirements added to facilitate student's ascension to higher education by requiring career exploration curriculum to help students choose "endorsement areas" before entering ninth grade. In collaboration with CEV Multimedia, a curriculum for fashion design was developed and videotaped for national distribution to junior high and high school Family Consumer Sciences programs beginning in 2016. The curriculum includes a series of videos titled; The Fashion Industry, Principles of Apparel Design, Sketching for Fashion, Developing a Fashion Product, Draping Fundamentals, Patternmaking Basics, Fashion Portfolio Development, Sewing and Pressing Techniques, Garment Construction, and Garment Fitting Techniques.

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Jan 1st, 12:00 AM

Fashion Design Curriculum Videos: Texas House Bill 5

In 2013 House Bill 5 in Texas was implemented with requirements added to facilitate student's ascension to higher education by requiring career exploration curriculum to help students choose "endorsement areas" before entering ninth grade. In collaboration with CEV Multimedia, a curriculum for fashion design was developed and videotaped for national distribution to junior high and high school Family Consumer Sciences programs beginning in 2016. The curriculum includes a series of videos titled; The Fashion Industry, Principles of Apparel Design, Sketching for Fashion, Developing a Fashion Product, Draping Fundamentals, Patternmaking Basics, Fashion Portfolio Development, Sewing and Pressing Techniques, Garment Construction, and Garment Fitting Techniques.

 

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