Common Core State Standards in mathematics address the knowledge and skills that students should have in numbers, operating with fractions, arithmetic, ratio and proportional reasoning, linear functions, linear functions, quantitative reasoning, arithmetic, algebra and geometry to be college and career ready.
The standards offer a progression of skills that focus on the most important topics that students need to know at each grade level. In math, that means that students focus on building a strong foundation in numbers in elementary school before they start to apply that understanding of numbers to data in middle school.
The standards don’t dictate curriculum or teaching methods. They identify guidelines that describe how students should use math and provide a vehicle for students to learn, engage with and practice.
Explore the Resource Library to learn about Common Core mathematics standards, understand grade-level learning expectations and find related curriculum and professional development resources.
This site offers a clickable chart that reveals the range and types of math work students will experience in K-8 and high school when the standards are fully implemented. It clearly describes the basic Standards for Mathematical Practice and provides guidance to states, assessment consortia, testing companies, and curriculum developers.
Illustrative Mathematics is an initiative of the Institute for Mathematics & Education funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The DC MTES training video provides educators with the opportunity to learn about the content of the DC MTES rubric and how it is helping improve teaching and learning in LEAs across DC.
This quick resource tool is designed to complement the Full Evaluation Rubric, providing additional considerations and strategies for evaluators observing foreign language, music, art, physical education, special education and English language learning classes, among others in domains where differentiation is likely to occur.