This document, created by Steve Leinwand and Eric Milou, is a compilation of on-line resources that have been organized by their instructional focus is designed to help teachers align their instructional needs to available resources.

NEWMath Options Chart (September, 2014) This document is to help LEAs and Charter Schools to determine the multiple options for students to meet the secondary math requirements for graduation that are aligned to their post-secondary plans.

This document displays how standards from Early Equations and Expressions in Elementary School progress across 6-12 mathematics to Functions in High School. This resource is intended to help schools and districts construct curriculum for their students that follow the learning progression of the middle and high school standards. The document displays the standards progressions within and between grade levels and courses.

This page defines the three Common Core State Standards high school course sequences offered in North Carolina. Each sequence satisfies the first three math credits necessary to meet the Future Ready Core Graduation Requirements

This page contains documents that align the Math I, Math II, and Math III sequence to the traditional Common Core courses adapted from Appendix A as well as the Math I, Math II, and Math III sequence aligned to Core-Plus Mathematics.

This document identifies the content emphases by cluster for each high school theme as defined by North Carolina. Some clusters require greater emphasis than others based on the depth of the ideas, the time they take to master, and/or their importance to future mathematics or the demands of college and career readiness. An intense focus on the most critical material at each level allows depth in learning, which is carried out through the Standards for Mathematical Practice. Without such focus, attention to the practices would be difficult and unrealistic, as would best practices such as formative assessment. College and Career Ready Graduation Requirements (Coming Soon)

This document defines requirements necessary to graduate "College and Career Ready" from North Carolina Public Schools

Alternate Mathematics
This page contains the SCoS for Alternate Mathematics I and II, formally known as Applied Mathematics I and II. These courses are also appropriate for substitution students or students affected by by N.C.G.S. 115C-81(b).

This page contains the 2003 SCoS for high school mathematics. This document will be available until the state has completely transitioned over to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.

## NEW Great On-line Resources (September, 2014)

This document, created by Steve Leinwand and Eric Milou, is a compilation of on-line resources that have been organized by their instructional focus is designed to help teachers align their instructional needs to available resources.NEW Math Options Chart (September, 2014)

This document is to help LEAs and Charter Schools to determine the multiple options for students to meet the secondary math requirements for graduation that are aligned to their post-secondary plans.

This document displays how standards from Early Equations and Expressions in Elementary School progress across 6-12 mathematics to Functions in High School. This resource is intended to help schools and districts construct curriculum for their students that follow the learning progression of the middle and high school standards. The document displays the standards progressions within and between grade levels and courses.Secondary (6-12) Math Progressions for Expressions, Equations and FunctionsNEW!!!Here is an opportunity for you to give your feedback! The progressions will be posted in draft form until October 1. You can download them, use them, share them and then provide us with feedback to make them better. Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Nr4at-mvT1w72S_GGELL32TXXV2h3uOul3OZOcb6dXY/viewform?usp=send_form

Math I, Math II, and Math III Information BrochureThis is an information brochure introducing the new North Carolina mathematics pathway, Math I, Math II, and Math III. We encourage you to copy and disseminate the brochure as you work with your schools, students, and parents to understand this transition and the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics

High School Mathematics Sequence and Standards## This page defines the three Common Core State Standards high school course sequences offered in North Carolina. Each sequence satisfies the first three math credits necessary to meet the Future Ready Core Graduation Requirements

Math I, Math II, and Math III Unpacking DocumentsThis page contains documents that assist with understanding and interpreting the intent and depth of the Common Core State Standards.

## Alignment Documents

This page contains documents that align the Math I, Math II, and Math III sequence to the traditional Common Core courses adapted from Appendix A as well as the Math I, Math II, and Math III sequence aligned to Core-Plus Mathematics.

This page contains horizontal and vertical layouts quick views of the Math I, II, and III standards as defined by North Carolina for every student.Math I, II, and III Quick Views## Major Work of High School

This document identifies the content emphases by cluster for each high school theme as defined by North Carolina. Some clusters require greater emphasis than others based on the depth of the ideas, the time they take to master, and/or their importance to future mathematics or the demands of college and career readiness. An intense focus on the most critical material at each level allows depth in learning, which is carried out through the Standards for Mathematical Practice. Without such focus, attention to the practices would be difficult and unrealistic, as would best practices such as formative assessment.College and Career Ready Graduation Requirements (Coming Soon)## This document defines requirements necessary to graduate "College and Career Ready" from North Carolina Public Schools

Alternate MathematicsThis page contains the SCoS for Alternate Mathematics I and II, formally known as Applied Mathematics I and II. These courses are also appropriate for substitution students or students affected by by N.C.G.S. 115C-81(b).

## 2003 Standard Course of Study

This page contains the 2003 SCoS for high school mathematics. This document will be available until the state has completely transitioned over to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.## CCSSM High School Web Resources

This document contains a recommended list of websites that align to the CCSSM.High School Webinars## Return to Home