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2008 K- 8 Core/Comprehensive Mathematics Curricula Review and Final Recommendations Presentation to State Board of Education by Dr. Terry Bergeson December 10, 2008 Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. 2008 Second Substitute House Bill (2SHB) 2598 requires:

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2008 K- 8 Core/Comprehensive Mathematics Curricula Review and Final RecommendationsPresentation to State Board of Education by Dr. Terry BergesonDecember 10, 2008Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

big picture overview instructional materials review and recommendations

2008 Second Substitute House Bill (2SHB) 2598 requires:

    • Section 2, 7 (a-b): Within six months of the adoption of the revised math standards, OSPI must make recommendations to the SBE of no more than three basic mathematics curricula at each level – elementary, middle and high school for their “official comment and recommendations” within 2 months. OSPI may make changes and then adopt the recommended curricula.
  • K-8 (elementary and middle) Timeline:
      • K-8 standards adopted: April 28, 2008
      • OSPI Initial Recommendations to SBE: Sept. 2008
      • SBE Comment/recommendations to OSPI: Nov. 2008
      • OSPI Final Recommendations: Dec. 10, 2008
Big Picture OverviewInstructional Materials Reviewand Recommendations
k 8 instructional materials review process and background

Foundation of the Review: 2008 Revised K-8 Mathematics Standards

    • These Standards represent sound and carefully sequenced mathematical ideas
    • Embody mathematical soundness
  • Input prior to Review:
    • SBE Math Panel and curriculum advisory groups to determine:
      • Areas of focus for the review: Standards Content Alignment and Other Factors
      • Weighting criteria: 0.70 for content alignment; 0.30 for “Other Factors”
      • Content Alignment threshold minimum set at 0.70
  • Review Committee Selection:
    • Highly qualified committee competitively selected consisting of K-2 educators, 6-8 educators, mathematicians, community representatives, curriculum specialists, administrators, and parents
K-8 Instructional Materials Review Process and Background
k 8 instructional materials review process and background cont

Review Week:

    • Rigorous and fair process
    • Strong reviewer training on standards and review instruments/rubric
    • Measures taken to mitigate possible reviewer bias and to provide transparency
  • Data Analysis:
    • Exploratory data analysis by two independent statisticians
    • Quality control checks comparing random 10% of score sheets to electronic data to ensure accuracy of data entry and extract processes
    • Rigorous design of statistical tests, validated by expert statistician
  • Data Sharing and Input on Preliminary Draft:
    • Sought advice from SBE Math Panel on the analysis, recommendations and process
    • Presented preliminary results to legislators, districts, publishers, review participants, and public
K-8 Instructional Materials Review Process and Background, cont.
elementary k 5 initial recommendations september 2008

Math Connects

  • Bridges in Mathematics
  • Rationale:
    • Most closely aligned with state standards
    • Math Connects fully available online
    • Highest scoring programs overall
    • Both exceeded the minimum content threshold
Elementary (K-5) InitialRecommendations September 2008
middle school 6 8 initial recommendations september 2008

Holt Mathematics

  • Math Connects
  • Rationale
    • Holt is clear leader, based on analysis
    • Selection of Math Connects from pool of tied programs gives districts a K-8 system
    • Both programs are fully available online
Middle School (6-8) Initial Recommendations September 2008
state board of education s review of ospi s initial recommendations october 2008

The State Board of Education contracted with Strategic Teaching to conduct a review of OSPI instructional materials review process and initial recommendations.

Strategic Teaching’s work:

  • Reviewed top four programs at K-5 and 6-8
  • Conducted mathematical review across key topics (mathematical soundness)
  • Conducted a content alignment review at the Grades 2, 4, and 7
State Board of Education’s Review of OSPI’s Initial Recommendations October 2008
state board of education recommendations to ospi november 2008

K-5 Recommendations:

    • Keep: Math Connects
    • Revisit: Bridges in Mathematics
    • Add: Math Expressions
  • 6-8 Recommendations:
    • Keep:Holt Mathematics
    • Keep:Math Connects
    • Add:Prentice Hall Mathematics
State Board of Education Recommendations to OSPI November 2008
elementary k 5 final recommendations

Math Connects

  • Bridges in Mathematics
  • Math Expressions
Elementary (K-5) Final Recommendations
ospi s revisit of bridges in mathematics

Commissioned additional mathematical review of Bridges by two mathematics experts:

    • Dr. Jim King, Mathematician and Mathematics Professor from the University of Washington
    • Dr. George Bright, Mathematics Educators and Professor Emeritus from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • Additional review included:
    • Development of the key concepts called into question by Strategic Teaching’s review (multiplication, area of a triangle, fractions)
  • Conclusion:
    • Found Bridges in Mathematics to be mathematically sound
OSPI’s “Revisit” of Bridges in Mathematics
addition of math expressions

Math Expressions did not meet the alignment threshold of 0.70 and was therefore not included in the initial OSPI recommendations.

  • Subsequent reviews by Strategic Teaching and by OSPI’s reviewers indicated the content is sound and well developed.
Addition of Math Expressions
middle school 6 8 final recommendations

Holt Mathematics

  • Math Connects
  • Prentice Hall Mathematics
Middle School (6-8) Final Recommendations
addition of prentice hall mathematics

Based upon the additional review by the State Board of Education contractor, OSPI has added this program to the recommendations.

  • This program exceeds the alignmentthreshold of 0.70.
Addition of Prentice Hall Mathematics
conclusion

The legislature directed OSPI to recommend no more than three programs at the elementary, middle and high school levels.

  • All six programs recommended for elementary and middle grades are mathematically sound.
  • Recommendations are based on alignment to strong mathematics standards.
  • Alignment review process was rigorous, inclusive and transparent.
Conclusion
next steps

Some degree of supplementation will be necessary with every program reviewed as no one program aligns completely to the 2008 revised mathematics standards.

  • There are viable programs being used in Washington State that are not included in the recommendations. Districts will need support from OSPI in adapting these programs to align with the 2008 Mathematics Standards.
    • Results of the K-12 Supplemental Mathematics Materials Review will be issued in January 2009.
Next Steps
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