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2022 Revision of the Mathematics Framework The California Department of Education (CDE), Instructional Quality Commission (IQC), and State Board of Education (SBE) have commenced the revision process for the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools: Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (Mathematics Framework). The framework is important guidance designed to help educators align classroom teaching with California’s rigorous math learning standards. Information and updates concerning the revision of the Mathematics Framework will be posted here. The revised Mathematics Framework posted below reflects input from California parents, educators, students, and others who commented during the first 60-day field review period in early 2021 and during the IQC’s May 2021 meeting. The draft is also responsive to the direction of the IQC provided during the meeting. California is committed to achieving excellence in math teaching and learning through curriculum and instructional approaches grounded in research and reflective of best practices across the globe. The revised Mathematics Framework provides guidance for mathematics learning for all students at all levels of math—including calculus—and ensures students have a wide variety of options including pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) in college and career. Frequently Asked Questions Information about the draft Mathematics Framework.Schedule of Significant Events for the 2022 Revision of the Mathematics Framework At its meeting on November 3, 2021, SBE revised the Schedule of Significant Events (Timeline) for the 2022 Revision of Mathematics Framework. The Timeline was originally approved by the SBE on May 8, 2019, and was previously revised on September 11, 2019, May 7, 2020, and July 14, 2021. Comments will be received from March 14, 2022 through May 16, 2022. At its May 19–20, 2021, meeting, IQC recommended the draft Mathematics Framework to the SBE, pending a second 60-day period of public review and comment. The public review and comment period is an opportunity for interested individuals or organizations to provide comments and suggested edits to the SBE. The links below are to the Second Field Review draft chapters. Please address your comments to these drafts. Chapter 1: Mathematics for All: Purpose, Understanding, and Connection (DOCX)Chapter 2: Teaching for Equity and Engagement (DOCX)Chapter 3: Number Sense (DOCX)Chapter 4: Exploring, Discovering, and Reasoning With and About Mathematics (DOCX)Chapter 5: Data Science, TK–12 (DOCX)Chapter 6: Mathematics: Investigating and Connecting, Transitional Kindergarten through Grade Five (DOCX)Chapter 7: Mathematics: Investigating and Connecting, Grades Six through Eight (DOCX)Chapter 8: Mathematics: Investigating and Connecting, High School (DOCX)Chapter 9: Structuring School Experiences for Equity and Engagement (DOCX)Chapter 10: Supporting Educators in Offering Equitable and Engaging Mathematics Instruction (DOCX)Chapter 11: Technology and Distance Learning in the Teaching of Mathematics (DOCX)Chapter 12: Mathematics Assessment in the 21st Century (DOCX)Chapter 13: Instructional Materials to Support Equitable and Engaging Learning of the California Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (DOCX) Chapter 14: Glossary: Acronyms, Terms, and Tables (DOCX) Appendix A: High School Pathways (DOCX) Appendix B: Works Cited (DOCX) Commenters may submit comments using the following methods: Via email to mathframework@cde.ca.gov. This is the preferred method of receiving comment.Via physical mail at Instructional Quality...

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