Secondary Updates Mathematics. Jennifer L. Curtis, Ed.D. K-12 Section Chief Mathematics January 2014. First Things First – Where are we?. Multiple changes in legislation, curriculum, testing and SIS Creates complex transition requiring careful thought processes and planning
Math I, Math II, Math III- student path for ALL who enrolled in High School Math for the first time in 2013-2014 SY
CC Alg I, CC Geometry, CC Alg II- student path for ALL who enrolled in High School Math for the first time prior to 2013-2014 SY ** Note: Students taking first HS math (excluding Special Topics and Foundations courses) in 2012-13 were instructed and assessed based upon CC standards and should have progressed to Math II.
CC Int. Math I, CC Int. Math II, CC Int. Math III
2003 Geometry, 2003 Algebra II- only for students who entered first HS Math course prior to new SCOS and/or repeated
2003 Algebra II
At this time, all others will be available as well as new SREB transitional course in Mathematics.
**Students on integrated pathway should be transitioned to Math III.
2013-2014: AFM, Discrete, Pre-Calculus, IM4, AP Stats, AP Calculus (AB & BC) and various Community College Math Courses (for UNC-bound students)
Independents, Community College, Tech School fourth math courses include all of the above plus: Analytical Geometry, Trigonometry, Probability & Statistics, Mindset
Math I 2103 2X0
Math II 2201 2X0
“2X0” denotes these as standard high school courses. A separate unique character will identify that the course was taken in middle school. This is something that will most likely change in 14-15 to a Y as the letter character will designate the school level, not the course level.
CCSSM Appendix A
Math I, II, and III
NC Final Exam Specifications
1) Spring RESA for K-5 & 6-12
2) Summer SREB training in planning phase
3) “Navigating the Seven C’s”
Meredith College has developed resources for Math I, Math II, and Math III that address the content, context, conversation, communication, connections, coherence, and cultivating of the CCSSM.
Mathematics Vision Project (MVP)