The Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) is proposing revisions to the current College and Career Ready Standards in Mathematics. The revisions are part of the legislated review process that must take place every seven years.
The current Mathematic Standards were approved by the Kansas State Board of Education in December 2010. The public meetings will highlight the changes being proposed by the Kansas Standards Review Committee, which is comprised of educators, legislators, higher education, and other Kansas constituents.
What is the KSDE proposing:
A complete copy of the standards can be accessed at: http://community.ksde.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=f9XiZKWgQMw%3d&tabid=6151&mid=15110. A summary/highlight of the changes are:
• Some content moved to different grade levels.
• Document format is easier to read.
• Document is interactive.
• Teacher and student glossary.
• Language clarifications.
Who is affected by these proposed standards:
Kansas teachers of mathematics in elementary, middle and high schools, as well as students and parents of both public and private accredited schools.
How to provide feedback:
Those who are interested should access the following link: http://bit.ly/Math-Standards-Feedback. This link provides people an opportunity to offer written feedback.
Additionally, oral and written comments may be offered at the following public meeting sites:
(785) 296-3486 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kansas State Department of Education
Landon State Office Building
900 S.W. Jackson Ave.
Topeka, KS 66612
After public meetings, the Mathematics Standards Review Committee will review all comments and may modify the standards based on the feedback obtained. The standards will then be presented to the Kansas State Board of Education for their review. Adoption of revised mathematic standards by the State Board of Education is tentatively scheduled for Fall 2017.
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