The model I have in mind right now is the Daily 5 Framework paired with the CAFE System (Boushey & Moser, 2014). Together, these are a commonly used literacy program in American home room classrooms today. These two frameworks work together to grow students' literacy and graphically aid in monitoring, assessing, and planning their literacy growth throughout each grade level. They are comprehensive, progressive, and visual to all stakeholders throughout the year. Since much of the artistic literacy principles of NCAS parallel or mirror the Common Core literacy standards (Coleman, 2014), I feel the Daily 5 Framework and CAFE System are quality models to use in structuring a well-organized artistic literacy framework to be used for monitoring, assessing, and planning student achievement throughout the school year.
Coleman, D. (2014). Guiding principles for the arts. New York State Education Department. Retrieved from http://usny.nysed.gov/rttt/docs/guidingprinciples-arts.pdf