The Mathematics Framework, adopted by the State Board of Education in 2013, includes grade level/course content, instructional strategies, universal access, and technology supports
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, click the link for MS Overview or HS Overview.
Click the Year At-A-Glance (one pager) for your grade level.
In all math scope & sequence documents, essential standards are bolded and supporting standards are not. On the unit guides, essential standards fall under Question 1, “What do we expect our students to learn?” and supporting standards fall under Question 3, “How will we respond if they already know it?”
Assessment information is linked on the Year At-A-Glance and in the Unit Guides under Question 2, “How will we know they are learning?”n Content
District adopted text(s), tasks, and activities can be found in the Unit Guides under Question 2, “How will we know they are learning?”
Materials to support creating assessments, grading & proficiency scales can be found in the Unit Guides under Question 2, “How will we know they are learning?”
Find out how re-engagement is different from re-teaching by clicking the link found in the Unit Guides under Question 4, “How will we respond if they don’t learn it?”
Highlighted portions indicate Comments. Click the comment to see the rationale behind design team decisions
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